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[IMPULSE-2021-00285] Journal Article
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Neutron crystallography for the elucidation of enzyme catalysis
Hydrogen atoms and hydration water molecules in proteins are indispensable for many biochemical processes, especially enzymatic catalysis. The locations of hydrogen atoms in pro- teins are usually predicted based on X-ray structures, but it is still very difficult to know the ionization states of the catalytic residues, the hydration structure of the protein, and the char- acteristics of hydrogen-bonding interactions. [...]
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2021-09-15
10:04
[IMPULSE-2021-00284] Journal Article
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How a Fragment Draws Attention to Selectivity Discriminating Features between the Related Proteases Trypsin and Thrombin
In the S1 pocket, the serine proteases thrombin and trypsin commonly feature Asp189 and a Ala190Ser and Glu192Gln exchange. Nevertheless, thrombin cleaves peptide chains solely after Arg, and trypsin after Lys and Arg. [...]
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2021-09-14
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2021-09-06
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2021-09-02
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2021-08-23
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[IMPULSE-2021-00278] Journal Article
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Statistical position reconstruction for RPC-based thermal neutron detectors
Multilayer position-sensitive 10B-RPC thermal neutron detectors offer an attractivecombination of sub-millimeter spatial resolution and high (> 50%) detection efficiency. Here wedescribe a new position reconstruction method based on a statistical approach. [...]
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2021-08-11
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[IMPULSE-2021-00277] Journal Article
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Tunable spin-flop transition in artificial ferrimagnets
Spin-flop transition (SFT) consists in a jump-like reversal of antiferromagnetic (AF) lattice into a noncollinear state when the magnetic field increases above the critical value. Potentially the SFT can be utilized in many applications of a rapidly developing AF spintronics. [...]

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