Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Research Article Molecular System Dynamics for Self-Organization in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
Computational chemistry and molecular modeling is a fast emerging area which is used for the modeling and simulation of small chemical and biological systems in order to understand and predict their behavior at the molecular level. It has a wide range of applications in various disciplines of engineering sciences, such as materials science, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, etc.
Science progresses by a symbiotic interaction between theory and experiment: theory is
used to interpret experimental results and may suggest new experiments; experiment
helps to test theoretical predictions and may lead to improved theories. Theoretical
Chemistry (including Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics) provides the concep-
tual and technical background and apparatus for the rationalisation of phenomena in the
chemical sciences. It is, therefore, a wide ranging subject, reflecting the diversity of
molecular and related species and processes arising in chemical systems.
A report on the Molecular Approaches to Malaria meeting, Lorne, Australia, 4-8 February 2004.
species-specific genes are mainly involved in unique, species-specific processes of the parasites and thus are potential targets for antimalarial strategies. David Roos (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA) introduced the updated version of the Plasmodium Genome Resource [http://www.PlasmoDB.org], which includes the complete P. falciparum genome as well as the partial genome sequences of additional plasmodial...
Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations have played increasing roles in our
understanding of physical and chemical processes of complex systems and in
advancing science and technology. Over the past forty years, MD simulations have
made great progress from developing sophisticated theories for treating complex
systems to broadening applications to a wide range of scientific and technological
fields. The chapters of Molecular Dynamics are a reflection of the most recent progress
in the field of MD simulations....
Extent of knowledge sharing: Related to the above problem is the question of how much knowledge is available
to the system during its query optimization process. In particular, the ﬁrst step in choosing a query evaluation strategy
is likely to be identifying which nodes have materialized views that can speed query processing. A simple technique
would be to use a centralized catalog of all available views and their locations, analogous to the central directory used
by Napster. Yet this model introduces a single point of failure and a potential scalability bottleneck.
It is often said that computers are revolutionizing science and engineering.
By using computers we are able to construct complex engineering
designs such as space shuttles. We are able to compute the properties
of the universe as it was fractions of a second after the big bang. Our
ambitions are ever-increasing. We want to create even more complex
designs such as better spaceships, cars, medicines, computerized cellular
phone systems, and the like. We want to understand deeper aspects
of nature. These are just a few examples of computer-supported modeling
Systems biology has received an ever increasing interest during the last
decade. A large amount of third-party funding is spent on this topic, which
involves quantitative experimentation integrated with computational
modeling. Industrial companies are also starting to use this approach more
and more often, especially in pharmaceutical research and biotechnology.
A review of the regulatory framework can also provide some indication of the level of
competition within a country’s banking system. Other things being equal, competition should
be greater when regulatory barriers to entry and exit is low, encouraging new entrants. The
regulatory framework for the EAC region, summarized in Table 1, suggests a relatively open
regime with similar conditions of entry and prudential treatment for all types of banks across
The coagulation and fibrinolytic systems are central to the hemostatic
mechanism, which works promptly on vascular injury and tissue damage.
The rapid response is generated by specific molecular interactions between
components in these systems. Thus, the regulation mechanism of the sys-tems is programmed in each component, as exemplified by the elegant pro-cesses in zymogen activation.
Lecture Biology - Chapter 17: Genome sequencing, molecular biology, and medicine. The topics discussed in this chapter are: How do defective proteins lead to diseases? What kinds of DNA changes lead to diseases? How does genetic screening detect diseases? What is cancer? How are genetic diseases treated? What have we learned from the human genome project?
Bacterial type IV secretion systems (T4SS) form supramolecular protein
complexes that are capable of transporting DNA or protein substrates
across the bacterial cell envelope and, in many cases, also across eukaryotic
target cell membranes.
Type IV secretion systems (T4SS) are macromolecular assemblies used by
bacteria to transport material across their membranes. T4SS are generally
composed of a set of twelve proteins (VirB1–11 and VirD4). This repre-sents a dynamic machine powered by three ATPases.
The galactose uptake mechanism in yeast is a well-studied regulatory net-work. The regulatory players in the galactose regulatory mechanism (GAL
system) are conserved in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Kluyveromyces
lactis, but the molecular mechanisms that occur as a result of the molecular
interactions between them are different.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Cellular and molecular immunology" presents the following contents: Properties and overview of immune responses, cells and tissues of the immune system, leukocyte circulation and migration into tissues, innate immunity, antibodies and antigens, immune receptors and signal transduction,...
(BQ) Part 2 book "Histology a text and atlas - With correlated cell and molecular biology" presents the following contents: Nerve tissue, cardiovascular system, digestive system I - oral cavity and associated structures, lymphatic system, digestive system II - Esophagus and gastrointestinal tract, respiratory system, respiratory system,...
A burst of energy in metabolic disease research
Jaswinder K Sethi
Address: Department of Clinical Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 2QR, UK. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: 27 May 2004 Genome Biology 2004, 5:327 The electronic version of this article is the complete one and can be found online at http://genomebiology.
Cytochromes of thec-type contain hemes covalently attached via one or,
more generally, two thioether bonds between the vinyls of hemeband the
thiols of cysteine residues of apocytochromes. This post-translational modi-fication relies on membrane-associated specific biogenesis proteins, referred
to as cytochrome c maturation systems.
Neuropilin (NRP) and plexin (Plex) that are now known to be semaphorin receptors
were initially identified as antigens for monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) that
bound to particular neuropiles and plexiform layers of the Xenopus tadpole optic
tectum, several years before the discovery of semaphorin. The extracellular segment
of the NRP protein is a mosaic of 3 functionally different protein motifs that
are thought to be involved in molecular and/or cellular interactions, suggesting that
NRP serves in a various cell-cell interaction by binding a variety of molecules.