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Stochastic Modeling of Dynamical Processes in Biological Signaling and Cellular Transport
Successful cellular function and organ development rely on the effective transport of proteins and other biomolecules to specific positions. There are two basic mechanisms for biological transport: passive diffusion and ...
Rh(II) metallopeptides for asymmetric catalysis
The development of peptides as chiral ligands for asymmetric Rh(II) catalysis is discussed in this work. Mother Nature’s solution to chiral ligand design is to make use of the naturally available chiral building blocks – ...
A Journey through the Arabidopsis thaliana Genome: Discovering the Origins of Novel Triterpene Metabolites
Plants produce a large variety of natural products, including over 20,000 different triterpenoids. Triterpenoid functions range from roles as membrane sterols and hormones in primary metabolism, to defense compounds in ...