biomacromolecule

bi·o·mac·ro·mol·e·cule

(bī'ō-māk'rō-mol'ĕ-kyūl),
A naturally occurring substance of large molecular weight (for example, protein, DNA).

biomacromolecule

A generic term for any large molecule—e.g., nucleic acid, protein, polysaccharide—of biological origin.
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When a quencher interacted with a biomacromolecule, the maximum value of diffusion collision rate constant was considered as 2.0 x [10.sup.10] L/mol/s.
For the static quenching interaction, if it is assumed that there are similar and independent binding sites in the biomacromolecule, binding constant ([K.sub.a]), and the Hill coefficient ([n.sub.H]) can be got from the double logarithm regression curve equation
and Freddi, G., 2006, "In vitro study of the proteolytic degradation of Antheraea pernyi silk fibroin," Biomacromolecule, 7, pp.
Some chapter topics include AuNPs as antigen carriers and adjuvants, laser synthesis of AuNPs, and fabrication and applications of bionic-function interfaces and films based on biomacromolecule of cell AuNPs.
The extent of interaction can be monitored studying the solvent parameters mostly affected by the presence of a large, slowly reorienting biomacromolecule [5-12].
Some specific topics covered include chemical vectors for delivery of nucleic acid-based drugs, lipid nanoparticle-based systems for delivery of biomacromolecule therapeutics, nanocarriers for the delivery of peptides and proteins, pulmonary delivery of small interfering RNA for novel therapeutics, and influenza virosomes as delivery systems for antigens.
The ability to freeze and store cells for cell-based therapies and research has taken a step forward in the paper 'A synthetically scalable poly(ampholyte) which dramatically Enhances Cellular Cryopreservation.' published by the University of Warwick's Department of Chemistry and Medical School in the journal Biomacromolecules. The new polymer material protects the cells during freezing, leading to more cells being recovered and less solvent-based antifreeze being required.
Morgan, Antimicrobial poly(methacrylamide) derivatives prepared via aqueous RAFT polymerization exhibit biocidal efficiency dependent upon cation structure, Biomacromolecules. 13, 2472 (2012)
Contract notice: Inmodos_triple detector gpc system (detection and determination of molecular weight of biomacromolecules)
Citation: Rui Li et al., "Large and Small Assembly: Combining Functional Macromolecules with Small Peptides to Control the Morphology of Skeletal Muscle Progenitor Cells," Biomacromolecules, 2018; DOI: 10.1021/acs.biomac.7b01632
Simchi, "Smart polymeric hydrogels for cartilage tissue engineering: a review on the chemistry and biological functions," Biomacromolecules, vol.
Albertsson, "Barrier films from renewable forestry waste," Biomacromolecules, vol.