structural interface

struc·tur·al in·ter·face

in dentistry, a boundary between tooth and restorative material.
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struc·tur·al in·ter·face

(strŭkshŭr-ăl intĕr-fās)
In dentistry, a boundary between tooth and restorative material.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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System candidates eliminated due to their structural interface designs included the fre-wire system and various in-tank fuel systems.
Computational approach topics include protocols for the design of RNA nanostructures, self-assembly of fused homo-oligomers to create nanotubes, computational methods in nano-structured design, replica exchange simulations of self-assembled peptides, amyloid fibroid formation models, computer modeling in biotechnology, and what can we learn from highly connected beta rich structures in structural interface design.
"This remarkable use of low-resolution data is providing a basis for understanding the structural interface between the ordered and disordered structures," comments Makowski.
Hinge sites are detected always at [[alpha].sub.1]-[[beta].sub.2] and [[alpha].sub.2]-[[beta].sub.1] interfaces, providing structural interfaces. The analyses are in accordance with the results in Tekpinar and Zheng [42], which showed that allosteric interfaces are dynamically variable regions but not necessarily structural interfaces.
According to Diana's manual, the interaction between two structural interfaces can be described as a friction behavior in these parts.
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