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ThesisAshen-Garry, DavidIn recent years, quantum dots have been studied across various fields with far reaching applications. Due to their unique electronic properties, they have been applied to such areas as LEDs, solar cells, bio-imaging, and even to the treatment of cance . . .
ThesisPinto, Miguel NicolasThe purpose of this research is to synthesize a molecular shuttle for the transport of small molecules into the cytoplasm of E. coli. The biological hypothesis is that the iron acquisition mechanism of E. coli can actively internalize small molecules . . .
ThesisHalaby, Steve L.Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPc) is a key enzyme in algae, fungi, and plants. It has been established as a crucial regulatory enzyme in photosynthetic metabolism where it is responsible for the irreversible beta-carboxylation of PEP in the mesop . . .
ThesisEnhancement of the Antifreeze Activity of a Beetle Antifreeze Protein from Tenebrio Molitor Using Small MoleculesMorita, AlexanderAntifreeze proteins (AFPs) function to protect organisms from freezing in subzero temperatures. AFPs in insects have been discovered to be the most effective in decreasing the freezing point of water without affecting the melting point, apparently a p . . .