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hydrophobic interaction


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hydrophobic interaction

A photochemical detection of methylcytosine by using hydrophobic interaction

Docking of hydrophobic ligands with interaction-based matching algorithms.

N-Glycans Stabilize Human Erythropoietin through Hydrophobic Interactions with the Hydrophobic Protein Surface: Studies by Surface Plasmon Resonance Analysis

Trifluoroethanol may form a solvent matrix for assisted hydrophobic interactions between peptide side chains

Cumulative stabilizing effects of hydrophobic interactions on the surface of the neutral protease from Bacillus subtilis

Hydrophobic Interactions of Val75 Are Critical for Oligomeric Thermostability of Inorganic Pyrophosphatase from Bacillus stearothermophilus

Isotherm Type Shift of Hydrophobic Interaction Adsorption and its Effect on Chromatographic Behavior

Pentamidine binds to tRNA through non-specific hydrophobic interactions and inhibits aminoacylation and translation

Direct immobilization of gangliosides onto gold-carboxymethyldextran sensor surfaces by hydrophobic interaction: applications to antibody characterization

Phage display can select over-hydrophobic sequences that may impair prediction of natural domain–peptide interactions

Effects of Mutation at Methionine-42 of Escherichia coli Dihydrofolate Reductase on Stability and Function: Implication of Hydrophobic Interactions

Importance of Hydrophobic Interaction between a SoxB-Type Cytochrome c Oxidase with Its Natural Substrate Cytochrome c-551 and Its Mutants

Separation of a Mixture of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Herbicides by Ion-Interaction Reversed-Phase HPLC

Increased hydrophobic interactions of iclaprim with Staphylococcus aureus dihydrofolate reductase are responsible for the increase in affinity and antibacterial activity

Roles of the Hydrophobic Triplet in the Motor Domain of Myosin in the Interaction between Myosin and Actin

Increasing the hydrophobic interaction between terminal W-motifs enhances the stability of Salmonella typhimurium sialidase. A general strategy for the stabilization of β-propeller protein fold

 

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or (discouraged)

the tendency of hydrocarbons (or of lipophilic hydrocarbon‐like groups in solutes) to form intermolecular or intramolecular aggregates in polar solvents. See also apolar interaction.

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