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The Interaction of peptides with functionalized carbon nanotubes

The Interaction of peptides with functionalized carbon nanotubes

... between peptides and single-walled nanotubes ...of interaction between the peptides and the SWNTs using molecular dynamics (Amber 7) methods and a continuum solvation ...on peptides ... See full document

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Functionalized Double Strain-Promoted Stapled Peptides for Inhibiting the p53-MDM2 Interaction

Functionalized Double Strain-Promoted Stapled Peptides for Inhibiting the p53-MDM2 Interaction

... bis-azide peptides to generate stapled peptide inhibitors of protein −protein ...generate functionalized stapled peptide inhibitors with improved biological properties; however, this remains a relatively ... See full document

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Functionalized Double Strain-Promoted Stapled Peptides for Inhibiting the p53-MDM2 Interaction.

Functionalized Double Strain-Promoted Stapled Peptides for Inhibiting the p53-MDM2 Interaction.

... bis-azide peptides to generate stapled peptide inhibitors of protein −protein ...generate functionalized stapled peptide inhibitors with improved biological properties; however, this remains a relatively ... See full document

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Functionalized carbon nanotubes: biomedical applications

Functionalized carbon nanotubes: biomedical applications

... Conclusions In conclusion, CNTs have been used for various biomedical applications for targeted delivery, anticancer activities, imaging, etc. The cytotoxicity of CNTs has been well addressed through various methods of ... See full document

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Electronic and transport properties of functionalized carbon nanotubes

Electronic and transport properties of functionalized carbon nanotubes

... The failure to find accurate expression for the density functional is a result of the complexity of the many-body problem that is at the heart of the definition of the universal functional. For the electron gas, a system ... See full document

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Origin of the p Type Character of AuCl3 Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes

Origin of the p Type Character of AuCl3 Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes

... ment with the results in Ref. 17 and does indicate a p-type character for this Cl concentration. Note that the calculations addressed in Figure Figure 1 are performed without spin-polarization. Due to the high DOS at the ... See full document

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Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes in the Brain: Cellular Internalization and Neuroinflammatory Responses

Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes in the Brain: Cellular Internalization and Neuroinflammatory Responses

... detectable, suggesting a clearance mechanism in operation that may well involve microglia activation. However, more work is needed on this front to identify such mechanisms. Any application that involves implantation or ... See full document

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DFT studies of functionalized carbon nanotubes as nanoadsorbent of a benzimidazole fungicide compound

DFT studies of functionalized carbon nanotubes as nanoadsorbent of a benzimidazole fungicide compound

... nanosensors because of their small size, high chemical and thermal stability, high elasticity, high tensile strength and extraordinary electronic properties [3, 4]. Notably, in spite of its attractive properties, the ... See full document

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Nanocomposites Based on Conducting Polymers and Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes with Different Dopants Obtained by Electropolymerization

Nanocomposites Based on Conducting Polymers and Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes with Different Dopants Obtained by Electropolymerization

... The Nyquist plots for both PEDOT and composite films are featured by a vertical trend at low frequencies, indicating a capacitive behaviour according to the equivalent circuit theory. The higher capacitance of the ... See full document

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Nonequilibrium Green's function study of Pd4 cluster functionalized carbon nanotubes as hydrogen sensors

Nonequilibrium Green's function study of Pd4 cluster functionalized carbon nanotubes as hydrogen sensors

... Single-walled carbon nanotubes 共 SWCNTs 兲 are consid- ered to be promising materials and building blocks for future electronic device ...共CNT兲 interaction, including metal-CNT contacts, metal-doped, ... See full document

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DFT study on the covalent adsorption of drug carvedilol onto COOH functionalized carbon nanotubes

DFT study on the covalent adsorption of drug carvedilol onto COOH functionalized carbon nanotubes

... the interaction of drug carvedilol with (5, 5) COOH functionalized single wall carbon nanotubes (SWNT) have been ...covalent interaction of carvedilol onto COOH functionalized ... See full document

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Functionalized carbon nanotubes mixed matrix membranes of polymers of intrinsic microporosity for gas separation

Functionalized carbon nanotubes mixed matrix membranes of polymers of intrinsic microporosity for gas separation

... Permeation measurements used pure gas O 2 , N 2, CO 2 , CH 4 of 2 bar feed pressure at room temperature (27°C). Table 5 shows the selectivity of O 2 /N 2 , CO 2 /N 2 , and CO 2 /CH 4 for the PIM-1 and f-MWCNTs/PIM-1 MMM, ... See full document

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Lack of mutagenic effect by multi-walled functionalized carbon nanotubes in the somatic cells of Drosophila melanogaster

Lack of mutagenic effect by multi-walled functionalized carbon nanotubes in the somatic cells of Drosophila melanogaster

... direct interaction between CNTs and DNA, or proteins related to DNA that could lead to physical damage in genetic material ( Singh et ...that carbon nanotubes can help protect DNA molecules from ... See full document

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Self assembled monolayers of pyridylthio functionalized carbon nanotubes used as a support to immobilize cytochrome c

Self assembled monolayers of pyridylthio functionalized carbon nanotubes used as a support to immobilize cytochrome c

... molecular interaction was different between the Cyt c and pythio-MWNTs from that between the protein and Si ...electrostatic interaction and van der Waals or hydrophobic interaction between alkyl ... See full document

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Delivery of small interfering RNAs in human cervical cancer cells by polyethylenimine functionalized carbon nanotubes

Delivery of small interfering RNAs in human cervical cancer cells by polyethylenimine functionalized carbon nanotubes

... of carbon nanotubes as a result of van der Waals' interaction tends to increase cytotoxicity [32,33], PEI-NH-CNTs were subjected to centrifugation to remove large aggregates, and ... See full document

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Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes Produced by APCVD using Camphor

Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes Produced by APCVD using Camphor

... of carbon deposition on silicon substrates. (b) Carbon images separated from quartz substrate SEM devices that do not imaging along the axis of Z need the deposited carbon to be scraped from the ... See full document

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Evaluating the biological  risk of functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes and functionalized oxygen-doped multiwalled carbon nanotubes as possible toxic, carcinogenic, and embryotoxic agents

Evaluating the biological risk of functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes and functionalized oxygen-doped multiwalled carbon nanotubes as possible toxic, carcinogenic, and embryotoxic agents

... the nanotubes interact with the actin skeleton, generating changes in the cell morphology and not necessarily cell transformation, but more studies are needed to explore this ... See full document

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Effect of differently functionalized carbon nanotubes on the properties of composite nanofibres

Effect of differently functionalized carbon nanotubes on the properties of composite nanofibres

... containing carbon nanotubes 1,8,10-18 —either with carboxyl or amine functional ...of carbon nanotubes with different functional groups such as hydroxyl, amine and carboxyl on composite ... See full document

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Functionalized double-walled carbon nanotubes for integrated gas sensors

Functionalized double-walled carbon nanotubes for integrated gas sensors

... 1.3 CNTs Functionalization Individual carbon nanotubes have unique and superior electronic, mechanical, thermal and optical properties compared to conventional materials. However, due to van der Waals ... See full document

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Enhancement in graphitization of coal tar pitch by functionalized carbon nanotubes

Enhancement in graphitization of coal tar pitch by functionalized carbon nanotubes

... There are a few defects such as pentagons or heptagons that exist on the sidewalls of the nanotubes. These defects may be, for example, holes in the side wall bearing sp 3 -hybridized carbon atoms around ... See full document

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