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2024-06-24
15:37
DBCoverage [PUBDB-2024-04859] Journal Article
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The 5′-terminal stem–loop RNA element of SARS-CoV-2 features highly dynamic structural elements that are sensitive to differences in cellular pH
We present the nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) solution structure of the 5′-terminal stem loop 5_SL1 (SL1) of the SARS-CoV-2 genome. SL1 contains two A-form helical elements and two regions with non-canonical structure, namely an apical pyrimidine-rich loop and an asymmetric internal loop with one and two nucleotides at the 5′- and 3′-terminal part of the sequence, respectively. [...]
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2024-06-18
14:24
[PUBDB-2024-04760] Contribution to a book

Modeling and Computer Simulation of Nanocomplexation for Cancer Therapy
[Text] CModeling and Computer Simulation of Nanocomplexation for Cancer Therapyomputer science and engineering in health services : 6th EAI international conference poceedings, COMPSE 2022, Mexico City, July 28, 2022 / Marmolejo Saucedo, José Antonio ; Rodríguez-Aguilar, Roman ; Vasant, Pandian ; Litvinčev, I. S. ; Retana-Blanco, Brenda M. , Cham : Springer, [2024], Cham : Springer, EAI/Springer innovations in communication and computing 1 pp. () [10.1007/978-3-031-34750-4_15 ]  GO
Remark: This book constitutes the refereed post-conference proceedings of the 6th EAI International Conference Computer on Science and Engineering in Health Services (COMPSE 2022), which took place in Mexico City and online, June 28th, 2022. The papers are grouped on thematic topics: application of tools delivered by the COVID-19 pandemic; health services; computer and data science; and industry 4.0 in logistics and supply chain. [...]

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2024-06-18
14:11
[PUBDB-2024-04759] Journal Article

Molecular and nanoparticulate agents for photodynamic therapy guided bynear infrared imaging
Journal of photochemistry and photobiology / C 58(March 2024), 1-15 () [10.1016/j.jphotochemrev.2024.100652] special issue: "Photochemistry Reviews"  GO
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) of cancer is a clinically approved, minimally invasive therapeutic approach,combining PDT drug (photosensitizer, PS), molecular oxygen and light to induce cytotoxicity via reactive oxygenspecies (ROS), which are generated by the light excited PS. Most of the PS molecules fluoresce under excitationwith light and fluorescence imaging (FLI) can be employed to evaluate their biodistribution and assess theintratumoral delivery before the therapeutic light application. [...]
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2024-06-18
12:22
DBCoverage [PUBDB-2024-04757] Journal Article

Toxicity of Water-Soluble D-g-PNIPAM Polymers in a Complexwith Chemotherapy Drugs and Mechanism of Their ActionIn Vitro
The application of a biocompatible polymer nanocarrier can provide target deliveryto tumor tissues, improved pharmacokinetics, controlled drug release, etc. Therefore, the proposedstrategy was to use the water-soluble star-like copolymers with a Dextran core and Poly(Nisopropylacrylamide)grafts (D-g-PNIPAM) for conjugation with the widely used chemotherapydrugs in oncology–Cisplatin (Cis-Pt) and Doxorubicin (Dox). [...]
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2024-06-14
11:40
[PUBDB-2024-04712] Journal Article
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High gradient terahertz-driven ultrafast photogun
Terahertz (THz)-based electron acceleration has potential as a technology for next-generation cost-efficient compact electron sources. Although proof-of-principle demonstrations have proved the feasibility of many THz-driven accelerator components, THz-driven photoguns with sufficient brightness, energy and control for use in demanding ultrafast applications have yet to be achieved. [...]
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2024-06-10
09:26
arXiv [PUBDB-2024-04673] Journal Article
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Local in Time Conservative Binary Dynamics at Fourth Post-Minkowskian Order
[DESY 24-029; arXiv:2403.04853]
Leveraging scattering information to describe binary systems in generic orbits requires identifying local and nonlocal in time tail effects. We report here the derivation of the universal (nonspinning) local in time conservative dynamics at fourth post-Minkowskian order, i.e., O(G4). [...]
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2024-06-07
16:30
[PUBDB-2024-04416] Journal Article
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In-situ microstructural evolution during tensile loading of CoCrFeMnNi high entropy alloy welded joint probed by high energy synchrotron X-ray diffraction
The research regarding high entropy alloys (HEAs) has proved them to be suitable for engineering applications.Nevertheless, assessing their processability is key for industrial deployment. Of special relevance in terms of processingtechniques arised welding. [...]
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2024-06-04
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2024-06-03
08:50
DBCoverage [PUBDB-2024-01979] Journal Article
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Synergistic chelating agents for in-situ synthesis of Mg-Al LDH films on PEO treated Mg alloy
In-situ growth of layered double hydroxide (LDH) has been considered a feasible method to further improve the corrosion protection of PEO coated Mg alloys, but the process is basically carried out in an autoclave. In this study, LDH was in-situ synthesized on PEO treated AM50 Mg by hydrothermal treatment at ambient pressure in the presence of chelating agents. [...]
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2024-05-31
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