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Microtubules are hollow, cylindrical polymers of the protein α, β tubulin, that interact mechano-chemically with a variety of macromolecules. Due to their mechanically robust nature, microtubules have gained attention as tracks for precisely directed transport of nanomaterials within...
Tubulin is an electrostatically negative protein that forms cylindrical polymers termed microtubules, which are crucial for a variety of intracellular roles. Exploiting the electrostatic behaviour of tubulin and microtubules within functional microfluidic and optoelectronic devices is limited due...
Targeting Breast Cancer: Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Novel D-Fructose Based Molecular Imaging Agents And Cytotoxic Noscapine AnaloguesDownload
Among the characteristic hallmarks of cancer cells is their high replicative potential, which in turn leads to the overexpression of the facilitative hexose transporters (GLUTs) to provide the energy required for cell growth and proliferation. Interestingly, in 1996 the major D-fructose...