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Control of protein structure and function through surface recognition by tailored nanoparticle scaffolds.
Model systems for flavoenzyme activity: a tuneable intramolecularly hydrogen bonded flavin-diamidopyridine complex.
Noncovalent modification of chymotrypsin surface using an amphiphilic polymer scaffold: implications in modulating protein function.
Tunable inhibition and denaturation of alpha-chymotrypsin with amino acid-functionalized gold nanoparticles.
Contrasting effects of exterior and interior hydrophobic moieties in the complexation of amino acid functionalized gold clusters with alpha-chymotrypsin.
Reversible regulation of chymotrypsin activity using negatively charged gold nanoparticles featuring malonic acid termini.
Binding of nanoparticle receptors to peptide alpha-helices using amino acid-functionalized nanoparticles.
Inhibition of chymotrypsin through surface binding using nanoparticle-based receptors.
DNA-binding by functionalized gold nanoparticles: mechanism and structural requirements.
Peptide ligation catalyzed by functionalized gold nanoparticles.
Binding and templation of nanoparticle receptors to peptide alpha-helices through surface recognition.
Nanoparticles featuring amino acid-functionalized side chains as DNA receptors.
Isomeric control of protein recognition with amino acid- and dipeptide-functionalized gold nanoparticles.
Synthetic "chaperones": nanoparticle-mediated refolding of thermally denatured proteins.
"Superchiral" Spectroscopy: Detection of Protein Higher Order Hierarchical Structure with Chiral Plasmonic Nanostructures.
Fabrication of Robust Protein Films Using Nanoimprint Lithography.
Tuning the interactions of PEG-coated gold nanorods with BSA and model proteins through insertion of amino or carboxylate groups.