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Cooperative Association of Actin Protomers and Crosslinked Actin Oligomers in Filaments at Low Ionic Strength

Effects of Ionic Strength on the Thermal Unfolding Process of Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor

The effects of an electric field on an autocatalytic ionic reaction in a system with high ionic strength

The Influence of Reactant Concentration and Reaction Medium Ionic Strength, Viscosity, and Temperature on the Immunocomplex Substitution Reaction in the Radioimmunoassay of Aldosterone

Solubility, crystallization and chromatographic properties of macromolecules strongly depend on substances that reduce the ionic strength of the solution.

Magnetic tweezers measurements of the nanomechanical stability of DNA against denaturation at various conditions of pH and ionic strength

Creation of genetic information by DNA polymerase of the archaeon Thermococcus litoralis: influences of temperature and ionic strength

Promotion mechanism of triplex DNA formation by comb-type polycations: Thermodynamic analyses of sequence specificity and ionic strength dependence

Myosin Assembly Critical for the Enzyme Activity of Smooth Muscle Myosin Phosphatase: Effects of MgATP, Ionic Strength, and Mg2+

Ionic Liquids as Modifiers to Improve the Separation Efficiency of Nonaqueous Capillary Electrophoresis with High Electric Field Strengths

Maintaining exponential growth, solution conductivity, and solution pH in low-ionic-strength solution culture using a computer-controlled nutrient delivery system

 

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Symbol I. A function expressing the effect of the charge of the ions in a solution, equal to the sum of the molality of each type of ion present multiplied by the square of its charge. Imizi2.

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