Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Cross-link
Density Spectroscopy was used to explore the network structure and relaxation properties of the elastomers.
Native pericardium treated with GA showed less amount of low molecular weight proteins, which indicated that GA had the greatest ability to cross-link
Spoerl E, Huhle M, Seiler T (1998) Induction of cross-links
in corneal tissue.
We have successfully constructed DNA duplexes containing interstrand alkyl cross-links
between the O6 atoms of 2'-deoxyguanosines and have shown that a repair protein is able to repair the duplex when the alkyl chain is 7 carbons long but not when the length is reduced to 4.
Thus, UV irradiation of the sample caused the capture probe to become covalently linked to the target via cross-links
that were formed between one or both of the stems at the junctions of the capture and flanking probes and by the cross-links
that formed between the flanking probes and the target DNA.
By additional proteolysis and sequencing, we have found many cross-links
within involucrin and between such proteins as involucrin and desmoplakin, or cystatin [Alpha], or envoplakin, or loricrin and SPRs.
breakers and the glucose lowering series of compounds.
Areas examined for the cross-link
included: set screw pop off, set screw stripped, set screw fracture, and cross-link
Comparison of the concentrations of free forms of cross-links
measured with the Cross Links with the mean of duplicate results of the Pyrilinks-D kit in 35 urine samples yielded: ELISA = 0.
S-, thus giving higher cross-link
density, less interphasial crosslinking and less molecular chain mobility.
where v is the cross-link
density of the sample, [v.
Thus, in order to obviate the problems associated with mechanical property and the biocompatibility of biomaterials, we attempted to cross-link
the parent molecule with suitable cross-linker through non-covalent interactions.