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A novel bio-engineering approach to generate an eminent surface-functionalized template for selective detection of female sex pheromone of Helicoverpa armigera


Parikshit Moitra, Deepa Bhagat, Rudra Pratap et al.


Plant pests exert serious effects on food production due to which the global crop yields are reduced by ~20–40 percent per year. Hence to meet the world’s food needs, loses of …


Peptides Labeled with Pyridinium Salts for Sensitive Detection and Sequencing by Electrospray Tandem Mass Spectrometry


Mateusz Waliczek, Monika Kijewska, Magdalena Rudowska et al.


Mass spectrometric analysis of trace amounts of peptides may be problematic due to the insufficient ionization efficiency resulting in limited sensitivity. One of the possible …


Unraveling the Planar-Globular Transition in Gold Nanoclusters through Evolutionary Search


Alper Kinaci, Badri Narayanan, Fatih G. Sen et al.


Au nanoclusters are of technological relevance for catalysis, photonics, sensors, and of fundamental scientific interest owing to planar to globular structural transformation at …


Laser Light Induced Transformation of Molybdenum Disulphide-Based Nanoplatelet Arrays


Arūnas Jagminas, Gediminas Niaura, Rokas Žalnėravičius et al.


One-pot hydrothermal synthesis of MoS2 nanoplatelet arrays on various substrates is perhaps the most promising approach to fabricate efficient electrocatalysts for hydrogen …


The Perfect Glass Paradigm: Disordered Hyperuniform Glasses Down to Absolute Zero


G. Zhang, F. H. Stillinger, S. Torquato


Rapid cooling of liquids below a certain temperature range can result in a transition to glassy states. The traditional understanding of glasses includes their thermodynamic …


From Quasi-Planar B56 to Penta-Ring Tubular Ca©B56: Prediction of Metal-Stabilized Ca©B56 as the Embryo of Metal-Doped Boron α-Nanotubes


Wen-Juan Tian, Qiang Chen, Xin-Xin Tian et al.


Motifs of planar metalloborophenes, cage-like metalloborospherenes, and metal-centered double-ring tubular boron species have been reported. Based on extensive first-principles …


Apparent Power Law Scaling of Variable Range Hopping Conduction in Carbonized Polymer Nanofibers


Kyung Ho Kim, Samuel Lara-Avila, Hojin Kang et al.


We induce dramatic changes in the structure of conducting polymer nanofibers by carbonization at 800 °C and compare charge transport properties between carbonized and pristine …


A Facile Methodology for Engineering the Morphology of CsPbX3 Perovskite Nanocrystals under Ambient Condition


Sudipta Seth, Anunay Samanta


A facile and highly reproducible room temperature, open atmosphere synthesis of cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals of six different morphologies is reported just by …


A GdAlO3 Perovskite Oxide Electrolyte-Based NOx Solid-State Sensor


Yihong Xiao, Dongmei Wang, Guohui Cai et al.


NOx is a notorious emission from motor vehicles and chemical factories as the precursor of acid rain and photochemical smog. Although zirconia-based NOx sensors have been …


On-demand Hydrogen Production from Organosilanes at Ambient Temperature Using Heterogeneous Gold Catalysts


Takato Mitsudome, Teppei Urayama, Taizo Kiyohiro et al.


An environmentally friendly (“green”), H2-generation system was developed that involved hydrolytic oxidation of inexpensive organosilanes as hydrogen storage materials with newly …


Wide-Field Detected Fourier Transform CARS Microscopy


Alex Soares Duarte, Christoph Schnedermann, Philipp Kukura


We present a wide-field imaging implementation of Fourier transform coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (wide-field detected FT-CARS) microscopy capable of acquiring …


Detecting and utilizing minority phases in heterogeneous catalysis


Urs Hartfelder, Jagdeep Singh, Johannes Haase et al.


Highly active phases in carbon monoxide oxidation are known, however they are transient in nature. Here, we determined for the first time the structure of such a highly active …


A comparison of the performance of molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles for small molecule targets and antibodies in the ELISA format


Katarzyna Smolinska-Kempisty, Antonio Guerreiro, Francesco Canfarotta et al.


Here we show that molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles, prepared in aqueous media by solid phase synthesis with immobilised L-thyroxine, glucosamine, fumonisin B2 or …


Authenticity screening of stained glass windows using optical spectroscopy


Wendy Meulebroeck, Hilde Wouters, Karin Nys et al.


Civilized societies should safeguard their heritage as it plays an important role in community building. Moreover, past technologies often inspire new technology. Authenticity is …


Spatial Quantitation of Drugs in tissues using Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis Mass Spectrometry Imaging


John G. Swales, Nicole Strittmatter, James W. Tucker et al.


Liquid extraction surface analysis mass spectrometry imaging (LESA-MSI) has been shown to be an effective tissue profiling and imaging technique, producing robust and reliable …


Effects of MeJA on Arabidopsis metabolome under endogenous JA deficiency


Jingjing Cao, Mengya Li, Jian Chen et al.


Jasmonates (JAs) play important roles in plant growth, development and defense. Comprehensive metabolomics profiling of plants under JA treatment provides insights into the …


Handspinning Enabled Highly Concentrated Carbon Nanotubes with Controlled Orientation in Nanofibers


Hoik Lee, Kei Watanabe, Myungwoong Kim et al.


The novel method, handspinning (HS), was invented by mimicking commonly observed methods in our daily lives. The use of HS allows us to fabricate carbon nanotube-reinforced …


Fabrication of functional hollow microspheres constructed from MOF shells: Promising drug delivery systems with high loading capacity and targeted transport


Xuechuan Gao, Xiao Hai, Huricha Baigude et al.


An advanced multifunctional, hollow metal-organic framework (MOF) drug delivery system with a high drug loading level and targeted delivery was designed and fabricated for the …


Molecular mechanism of carbon nanotube to activate Subtilisin Carlsberg in polar and non-polar organic media


Liyun Zhang, Yuzhi Li, Yuan Yuan et al.


In the work, we mainly used molecular dynamics (MD) simulation and protein structure network (PSN) to study subtilisin Carlsberg (SC) immobilized onto carbon nanotube (CNT) in …


Cas9-catalyzed DNA Cleavage Generates Staggered Ends: Evidence from Molecular Dynamics Simulations


Zhicheng Zuo, Jin Liu


The CRISPR-associated endonuclease Cas9 from Streptococcus pyogenes (spCas9) along with a single guide RNA (sgRNA) has emerged as a versatile toolbox for genome editing. Despite …

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