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Peptides conformational changes of the erythrocyte membrane induced by organometallic tin compounds

-130. Garip S., Yapici E., Simsek Ozek N., Severcanc M., Severcan F. (2010) Evaluation and discrimination of simvastatin-induced structural alterations in proteins of different rat tissues by FTIR spectroscopy and neural network analysis. Analyst   135 , 3233-3241. Hoch M. (2001) Organotin compounds in the environment - an overview. Appl. Geochem. , 16 , 719-743. Jackson M. & Mantsch H. H. (1993) Biomembrane structure from FT-IR spectroscopy. Spectrochim. Acta Rev. , 15 53-69. Kim S-H., Shin D

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A comparison of the activation energy of viscous flow for hen egg-white lysozyme obtained on the basis of different models of viscosity for glass-forming liquids

moment. Biopolymers   58 , 398-409. Turula V. E., de Haseth J. A. (1996). Particle beam LC/FT-IR spectrometry studies of biopolymer. Conformations in reversed - phase HPLC separations: native globular proteins. Anal. Chem.   68 , 629-638. Vinogradov GV, Malkin AYa. (1980). Rheology of Polymers. Mir, Moscow, 1980. Woods K. N. (2010). Solvent-induced backbone fluctuations and the collective librational dynamics of lysozyme studied by terahertz spectroscopy. Phys. Rev. E   81 , 031915

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Toxic, but beneficial compounds from endophytic fungi of Carica papaya

S Chloroform extract of Carica papaya seeds induces long term reversible azoospermia in langur monkey Asian J Androl 2002 4 1 17 26 7 Poharkar RD, Saraswat RK, Kotkar S. Survey of plants having anti-fertility activity from western Ghat area of Maharashtra state. J Herb Med Toxicol. 2010; 4(2):71-75. Poharkar RD Saraswat RK Kotkar S Survey of plants having anti-fertility activity from western Ghat area of Maharashtra state J Herb Med Toxicol 2010 4 2 71 75 8 Stepek G, Behnke JM, Buttle DJ, Duce IR. Natural plant cysteine

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Indoor air pollution and the contribution of biosensors

elliptical mirrors optimized for the optical path and light intensity is an example of an optical-based sensor ( 98 ). It has two distinct features: one is focusing infrared (IR) light onto the detector with a minimum cavity volume and the other is an increased optical path length to enhance the sensitivity and accuracy. Other optical approaches are based on changes in the sensing membranes reflective indeces, induced by the presence of the toxicants in the air. These sensing materials may be used as dyes ( 99 ), crystals ( 100 ) or as a thin film placed on the prisms

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