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  • Liquid crystal technology is a subject of many advanced areas of science and engineering. It is commonly associated with liquid crystal displays applied in calculators, watches, mobile phones, digital cameras, monitors etc. But nowadays liquid crystals find more and more use in photonics, telecommunications, medicine and other fields. The goal of this book is to show the increasing importance of liquid crystals in industrial and scientific applications and inspire future research and engineering ideas in students, young researchers and practitioners....

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  • Modern physics is confronted with a large variety of complex spatial structures; almost every research group in physics is working with spatial data. Pattern formation in chemical reactions, mesoscopic phases of complex fluids such as liquid crystals or microemulsions, fluid structures on planar substrates (well-known as water droplets on a window glass), or the large-scale distribution of galaxies in the universe are only a few prominent examples where spatial structures are relevant for the understanding of physical phenomena....

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  • The nano-scale spatial organization of metallic and other inorganic materi-als into 1D objects is a key task in nanotechnology. Nano-scale fibers and tubes are very useful templates for such organization because of their inherent 1D organization. Fibrillar biological molecules and biomolecular assemblies are excellent physical supports on which to organize the inor-ganic material.

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  • Heterologous expression of the extracellular domains (ECDs) of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (AChR) subunits may give large amounts of proteins for studying the functional and spatial characteristics of their ligand-binding sites. The ECD of the a7 subunit of the homo-oligomeric a7 neuronal AChR appears to be a more suitable object than the ECDs of other heteromeric neuronal or muscle-type AChRs. The rat a7 ECDs (amino-acid residues  1–210) were recently expressed in Escherichia coli as fusion proteins with maltose-binding protein...

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  • Notch signaling controls spatial patterning and cell-fate decisions in all metazoans. Mutations inJAG1, one of the five Notch ligands in man, have been associated with Alagille syndrome and with a familial form of tetral-ogy of Fallot. A specific G274D mutation in the second epidermal growth factor repeat of the Jagged-1 was found to correlate with tetralogy of Fallot symptoms but not with usual Alagille syndrome phenotypes.

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  • Here we report on the role of Glu59 in the fumarate-mediated allosteric regulation of the human mitochondrial NAD(P) + -dependent malic enzyme (m-NAD-ME). In the present study, Glu59 was substituted by Asp, Gln or Leu. Our kinetic data strongly indicated that the charge properties of this residue significantly affect the allosteric activation of the enzyme.

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  • The vestibule of the inner ear senses head motion for spatial orientation and bodily balance. In vertebrates, the vestibular system consists of three fluid filled semicircular canals, which detect rotational acceleration, and two gravity receptor organs, the utricle and saccule, which respond to linear acceleration and gravity (Figure 1). The utricle and saccule are also referred to as the otolithic organs because they contain bio-crystals called otoconia (otolith in fish).

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