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    Insights into Quinary Structure and Interactions in Protein | 2017-01-20

      Human health is closely related to the structure and function of a protein. Generally, the hierarchy of protein structure can be divided into primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures in the textbook. However, there are also the quinary interactions, which can drive macromolecul...more
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    Advanced Lead-free Battery Systems for Low-speed Electric Vehicles | 2017-01-18

      Low-speed electric vehicles with low usage cost have greatly facilitated people’s travel in recent years. Currently, most of low-speed electric vehicles are powered by the lead-acid cells which possess marked advantages in cost. However, lead-acid cells can cause serious environmental pollu...more
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    Efficient Ethanol Production from Kelp by a Unique Thermophilic Bacterium | 2017-01-16

      You may know kelp as a common seaweed food on our table. As a kind of brown algae with complex sugar compositions, kelp can also be converted into biofuels due to its inherent advantages of no lignin, high growth rate, and no competition with food production for land or fresh water. However,...more
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    Smart Photo-driven Devices by Coupling Nanomaterials with Marine Alginate | 2017-01-11

      Ocean is always a vast resource treasury of human beings given by the nature. Alginate, a marine polysaccharide produced mainly from brown algae, shows high water solubility, high thickening property, film-forming property, gelatinizing property, biocompatibility and biodegradability. As one...more
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    Quantitative Insights in Hydrogen-bond Cooperativity in an Intact Protein | 2017-01-04

      Human diseases may be caused by the malfunction of an intact protein. Hydrogen bond (h-bond) is one of the key interactions in maintaining the structure of a protein and facilitating its function. The presence and extent of h-bond cooperativity in proteins remains a fundamental question, and...more
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