Vol. 15, No. 2Optimizing Associative Experimental Design for Protein Crystallization Screening
The goal of protein crystallization screening is the determination of the main factors of importance to crystallizing the protein under investigation. One of the major issues about determining these factors is…
Vol. 15, No. 2Genome-Wide Search for Translated Upstream Open Reading Frames in Arabidopsis Thaliana
Upstream open reading frames (uORFs) are open reading frames that occur within the 5′ UTR of an mRNA. uORFs have been found in many organisms. They play an important role…
Vol. 15, No. 2An Effective Approach for Glycan Structure De Novo Sequencing From HCD Spectra
Mass spectrometry has become a widely used analytical technique for proteomics study because of its high throughput and sensitivity.
Vol. 15, No. 1Low-Complexity Non-coherent Signal Detection for Nanoscale Molecular Communications
Nanoscale molecular communication is a viable way of exchanging informasiyition between nano-machines. In this investigation, a low-complexity and non-coherent signal detection technique is proposed to mitigate the inter-symbol-interference (ISI) and additive noise.
Vol. 15, No. 1Kinesin-1 Expressed in Insect Cells Improves Microtubule in Vitro Gliding Performance, Long-Term Stability and Guiding Efficiency in Nanostructures
The cytoskeletal motor protein kinesin-1 has been successfully used for many nanotechnological applications. Most commonly, these applications use a gliding assay geometry where substrate-attached motor proteins propel microtubules along the surface.