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Volume 117 Issue 2 March 2005 pp 175-178
Catalytic activity of [L2.Zn][NO3]2] (L =
Volume 120 Issue 1 January 2008 pp 45-55
Relaxation dynamics of the excited singlet states of 2,5-
Volume 120 Issue 1 January 2008 pp 155-162
This study describes peptide fibre formation in a hexapeptide, derived from the V3 loop of HIV-1, mediated by the interactions between arginine residues and phosphate/carboxylate anions. This charge neutralization approach was further confirmed when the deletion of arginine residue from the hexapeptide sequence resulted in fibre formation, which was studied by a combination of microscopic techniques.
Volume 123 Issue 6 November 2011 pp 927-935
We describe synthesis and solid state structural description of uranyl complexes of carboxylate functionalized adenine and uracil derivatives. The metal coordination through carboxylate pendant leads to the formation of dimeric assemblies, whereas the directional nature of hydrogen bonding interaction supported by nucleobases and aqua ligands, result in the generation of complex 3-D architectures containing embedded nucleobase ribbons.
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