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Determination Of Labetalol Hydrochloride In Drug Formulations By Spectrophotometry, Habibur Rahman Dr. Dec 2006

Determination Of Labetalol Hydrochloride In Drug Formulations By Spectrophotometry, Habibur Rahman Dr.

Habibur Rahman

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Nmr Studies Of Lysozyme Surface Accessibility By Using Different Paramagnetic Relaxation Probes, Andrea Bernini, Ottavia Spiga, Vincenzo Venditti, Filippo Prischi, Luisa Bracci, Angela Pui-Ling Tong, Wing-Tak Wong, Neri Niccolai Jan 2006

Nmr Studies Of Lysozyme Surface Accessibility By Using Different Paramagnetic Relaxation Probes, Andrea Bernini, Ottavia Spiga, Vincenzo Venditti, Filippo Prischi, Luisa Bracci, Angela Pui-Ling Tong, Wing-Tak Wong, Neri Niccolai

Vincenzo Venditti

Paramagnetic probes, whose approach to proteins can be monitored by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) studies, have been found to be of primary relevance for investigating protein surfaces' accessibility. Here, a Gd(III) neutral complex which contains two metal ions, [Gd2(L7)(H2O)2], is suggested as a paramagnetic probe particularly suited for systematic NMR investigation of protein surface accessibility, due to an expected high relaxivity and to the lack of electric charge which could favor specific interactions. Hen egg white lysozyme has been used as a model system to verify the absence of preferential approaches of this paramagnetic probe to ...


Acrb Multidrug Efflux Pump Of Escherichia Coli: Composite Substrate-Binding Cavity Of Exceptional Flexibility Generates Its Extremely Wide Substrate Specificity, Edward Yu, Julio R. Aires, Hiroshi Nikaido Jan 2003

Acrb Multidrug Efflux Pump Of Escherichia Coli: Composite Substrate-Binding Cavity Of Exceptional Flexibility Generates Its Extremely Wide Substrate Specificity, Edward Yu, Julio R. Aires, Hiroshi Nikaido

Edward Yu

Gram-negative bacteria have, in general, much higher intrinsic levels of resistance to various antibiotics, antiseptics, dyes, and detergents than do gram-positive bacteria. This is, in part, due to the effectiveness of the outer membrane as a barrier. The porin channels exclude large compounds (for example, vancomycin) and drastically slow down the influx of most antibiotics, which are usually much larger than common nutrients. Most antibiotics and chemotherapeutic agents that act on targets in the cytosol must cross the inner, cytoplasmic membrane, usually by spontaneous diffusion, and this necessitates their being at least moderately lipophilic. These compounds can in principle diffuse ...