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Analysis of fourth-grade flat machines with movable close-cycle formed by the rods and two complex links

Sergiy Koshel, Ganna Koshel
2016 Trudy Odesskogo Politehničeskogo Universiteta  
order with movable close-cycle formed by connecting rod and two complex links.  ...  with movable close-cycle formed by connecting rod and two complex links.  ... 
doi:10.15276/opu.2.49.2016.03 fatcat:7jawvnl2jjgofixqirahifzb2y

Novel Complex GUCY2D Mutation in Japanese Family with Cone-Rod Dystrophy

S. Ito
2004 Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science  
Blood samples were collected from 27 patients with cone-rod or cone dystrophies and from 11 patients with macular dystrophy. Genomic DNA was extracted from peripheral leukocytes.  ...  All mutations in the retinal guanylate cyclase gene (GUCY2D) that causes autosomal dominant cone-rod dystrophy (CORD) are associated with an amino acid substitution in codon 838.  ...  C one-rod dystrophy (CORD) is a subgroup of inherited chorioretinal dystrophies that is associated with progressive impairment of central vision and a central scotoma with atrophic retinal changes in the  ... 
doi:10.1167/iovs.03-0315 pmid:15111605 fatcat:3oi74l7ol5bylhuvtyphotnwvi

Activated cGMP phosphodiesterase of retinal rods. A complex with transducin alpha subunit

A Clerc, N Bennett
1992 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
These results suggest that activated PDE is a complex with the activator G alpha GTP rather than PDE from which the inhibitory subunits have been removed.  ...  Purified G-protein (transducin) activated with the nonhydrolyzable analog guanosine 5'-O-(thiotriphosphate) (GTP gamma S) and cGMP phosphodiesterase (PDE) from retinal rods are added to protein-stripped  ...  PDEaPyy complex, it is unlikely that any dissociation occurs at all in the intact rod where PDE and G concentrations are of the order of 50-100 and 500 pM, respectively (Bennett and Clerc, 1989 ).  ... 
pmid:1313017 fatcat:a2p4jf7cpjcplkppwwvxf42vba

Cohesin Interaction with Centromeric Minichromosomes Shows a Multi-Complex Rod-Shaped Structure

Alexandra Surcel, Douglas Koshland, Hong Ma, Robert T. Simpson, Beth Sullivan
2008 PLoS ONE  
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) analysis of these minichromosomes suggests that cohesin assumes a rod shape and interacts with replicated minichromosome at one end of that rod.  ...  Cohesin is the protein complex responsible for maintaining sister chromatid cohesion.  ...  (C) Replicated minichromosomes with rod-shaped structure.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002453 pmid:18545699 pmcid:PMC2408725 fatcat:kesyylzgizbyhg7y5xvn2yybaq

An Energy-Saving Output Feedback Control of Single-Rod Electrohydraulic Servo System with Disturbance Observer

Yunfei Wang, Jiyun Zhao, Haigang Ding, Jiaxiang Man
2020 Complexity  
Therefore, an output feedback controller with energy saving is proposed in this paper.  ...  The output feedback controller based on extended state observer and nonlinear disturbance observer has a better tracking performance compared with other controllers.  ...  Energy saving output feedback controller Variable supply pressure Single-rod electrohydraulic system Complexity e motion trajectory is designed as y d � 0.1 sin(2t) m as Figure 3 shows. e tracking errors  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/5423487 fatcat:kpfr23w2s5hnzjtssxwmzjep7a

Tripodal Ru(II) complexes with conjugated and non-conjugated rigid-rod bridges for semiconductor nanoparticles sensitization

Qian Wei, Elena Galoppini
2004 Tetrahedron  
Two have a rigid-rod bridge made of two p-ethynylphenylene units (Ph-E) 2 capped with a 4-2,2 0 -bipyridyl (bpy) ligand or a 5-1,10phenanthrolinyl (phen) ligand for the Ru complex.  ...  The tripodal sensitizers, which are 1,3,5,7-tetraphenyladamantane derivatives having three COOMe anchoring groups and one rigid-rod bridge substituted with a Ru(II) complex, are the longest prepared to  ...  Tripodal sensitizer, or tripod, is the tripodal linker capped with the Ru complex.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tet.2004.06.124 fatcat:ik2nmiqcszgj3g2uwh6g3bvxbq

A new family of octanuclear Mn complexes with a rod-like topology

Eleni E. Moushi, Theocharis C. Stamatatos, Vassilios Nastopoulos, George Christou, Anastasios J. Tasiopoulos
2009 Polyhedron  
Three new octanuclear compounds were prepared from reactions of [Mn(O 2 CR) 2 ]Á2H 2 O (R = Et or Ph) with the diols 1,3-propanediol (pdH 2 ) or 2-methyl-1,3-propanediol (mpdH 2 ) in the presence of NaN  ...  All three compounds [Mn 8 (N 3 ) 4 (O 2 CR) 6 (L) 4 (py) 6 ] (L = pd 2À , R = Et 1; L = mpd 2À , R = Et 2; L = pd 2À , R = Ph 3) (py = pyridine) possess a novel near-planar, rod-like topology.  ...  This study has produced a new family of octanuclear manganese complexes with a near-planar, rod-like topology which appears for first time in Mn-(m)pdH 2 chemistry.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.poly.2009.05.011 fatcat:jpeplf2235abpakdtdyjbkmnye

Helix-Rod Host-Guest Complexes with Shuttling Rates Much Faster than Disassembly

Q. Gan, Y. Ferrand, C. Bao, B. Kauffmann, A. Grelard, H. Jiang, I. Huc
2011 Science  
and rod 8 in CPK representation. b) Top view and c) side view of 1⊃ ⊃ ⊃ ⊃8 with both rod and helix in CPK representation.  ...  ) Side view of 2⊃ ⊃ ⊃ ⊃6 with both rod and helix in CPK representation.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1200143 pmid:21385710 fatcat:z23tofehgzf7jdglmwggs6zdnm

Self-assembly of a coil-rod-coil block molecule complexed with LiCF3SO3

Yoon-Sok Kang, Wang-Cheol Zin, Dong-Woo Lee, Myongsoo Lee
2000 Liquid crystals (Print)  
subunits, with 0.25 mol of LiCF 3 SO 3 per ethylene oxide unit.  ...  This complex was observed to transform from the rectangular columnar phase to a lamellar phase on heating.  ...  Poly(ethylene years due to their fascinating phase behaviour [1] . oxide) with exible side groups induces a smectic A Rod-coil molecules consisting of a rigid rod block and a mesophase upon complexation  ... 
doi:10.1080/026782900750018726 fatcat:zs2geixbkvas3bddgo26wki4fa

Configurations of Large Capacity Ultrasonic Complex Vibration Sources with Complex Transverse Vibration Rods and a Disk with Multiple Transducers

Jiromaru TSUJINO, Tetsugi UEOKA, Yuya KIKUCHI
2006 JSME international journal. Series C, Mechanical systems, machine elements and manufacturing  
Configuration of a 27 kHz and a 40 kHz complex vibration source with a complex transverse vibration rod with a welding tip part and a longitudinal and transverse vibration disk with six and four bolt-clamped  ...  Stepped complex transverse-vibration rods with a welding tip is installed in the center of the disk and is driven in circular vibration locus at the free edge of the rod (welding tip) using three and two  ...  Fig. 1 1 Configurations of (a) a 27 kHz complex vibration source using a titanium alloy stepped complex transverse rod with a welding tip, a stepped complex transverse vibration rods with a flange for  ... 
doi:10.1299/jsmec.49.695 fatcat:bk6p6kcp3jfzvjxpf7twbyy7qa

Paramyxovirus Fusion Protein: Characterization of the Core Trimer, a Rod-Shaped Complex with Helices in Anti-Parallel Orientation

Rebecca Ellis Dutch, George P. Leser, Robert A. Lamb
1999 Virology  
Electron microscopy of the N-1/C-1 complex showed a rod-shaped complex with an average length of 9.7 nm, consistent with all of N-1 existing as an ␣ helix.  ...  in the complex.  ...  Electron microscopic examination of the N-1/C-1 complex demonstrates a rod-shaped structure Electron microscopy of the N-1/C-1 complex revealed rod-shaped particles in those samples containing both N-1  ... 
doi:10.1006/viro.1998.9532 pmid:9927582 fatcat:2u6bxnjbafc4ddmgzy6b6qajsi

Synthesis of copper micro-rods with layered nano-structure by thermal decomposition of the coordination complex Cu(BTA)2

Botao Qu, Xinrong Lu, Yan Wu, Xiaozeng You, Xiangxing Xu
2015 Nanoscale Research Letters  
A coordination compound of Cu(BTA) 2 with the morphology of micro-rod crystal was synthesized as the precursor.  ...  The copper micro-rods are assembled from unique thin lamellar layers, each with the thickness of approximately 200 nm and nano-pores of approximately 20 to 100 nm.  ...  The mononuclear complex contains one four-coordinated Cu(II) cation and two BTA anions with the formula Cu(BTA) 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s11671-015-0769-7 pmid:25852339 pmcid:PMC4384981 fatcat:g3gwtvl5lfgqtcwowpplgoc6m4

Sensitivity of complete bandgaps to the shift of movable dielectric rod in two-dimensional photonic crystals with complex lattices

Weng-Long Liu, Tzong-Jer Yang, Ben-Yuan Gu
2004 Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter  
Two-dimensional tunable photonic crystals (TPCs) with movable components are proposed, which consist of a circular dielectric rod inserted into a square lattice of square dielectric cylinders in air.  ...  Band gap structures are calculated with the use of the plane-wave expansion method for various structural parameters, such as different filling fractions, ratio of the radius of the circular rod to the  ...  Figure 2 . 2 Photonic band structures for two structures: (a) the prototype structure without the inserted circular rod, and (b) a TPC with a movable dielectric circular rod in the interior of the unit  ... 
doi:10.1088/0953-8984/16/25/013 fatcat:o7km7rahzzca3ioxwrrhxjn7ly

A Vinculin Binding Domain from the Talin Rod Unfolds to Form a Complex with the Vinculin Head

Ian Fillingham, Alexandre R. Gingras, Evangelos Papagrigoriou, Bipin Patel, Jonas Emsley, David R. Critchley, Gordon C.K. Roberts, Igor L. Barsukov
2005 Structure  
The NMR structure of residues 755-889 of the rod (containing a VBS) is shown to be an amphipathic 4-helix bundle with a left-handed topology.  ...  A talin peptide corresponding to the VBS binds the vinculin head; the X-ray crystallographic structure of this complex shows that the residues which interact with vinculin are buried in the hydrophobic  ...  Figure 3 Structure 3 of vinculin Vh' complexed with the talin VBS2 peptide. a.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.str.2004.11.006 pmid:15642262 fatcat:zv3xm435vbbsngmsdalyxpwd6i

Spatially complex localization after one-twist-per-wave equilibria in twisted circular rods with initial curvature [chapter]

A. R. CHAMPNEYS, G. H. M. VAN DER HEIJDEN, J. M. T. THOMPSON
1999 Localization and Solitary Waves in Solid Mechanics  
It is shown that the straight configuration of the rod is replaced by a one-twist-perwave equilibrium whose amplitude varies with pre-buckling load.  ...  Non-symmetric cross-section was dealt with in earlier papers.  ...  The situation is more complex, however, for rods without circular cross-sectionmore precisely for rods whose principal bending stiffness about two orthogonal planes are not equal-because the complete integrability  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812814876_0008 fatcat:jqpzqogbprdb5fli33uofnpmzm
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