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molecular switch


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molecular switch

Artificial molecular switches made from DNA

Molecular switches for “animal electricity”

Molecular Switch Circuits in Toxicology: A Dimmer Switch for Dioxin

Molecular Switches Deciding the Death of Injured Neurons

Dissecting the molecular determinants of ligand-binding-induced macromolecular switching using thermodynamic cycles

Hepatitis C virus RNA: molecular switches mediated by long-range RNA–RNA interactions?

Molecular design of a splicing switch responsive to the RNA binding protein Tra2β

Quadruplex formation as a molecular switch to turn on intrinsically fluorescent nucleotide analogs

The bacterial and mitochondrial ribosomal A-site molecular switches possess different conformational substates

Development of molecular logic gates using the structural switch of telomere DNAs

Molecular switch in tandem winged-helix motifs of elongation factor SelB

Calmodulin and CaMKII as molecular switches for cardiac ion channels

Pax2 regulates a fadd-dependent molecular switch that drives tissue fusion during eye development

Molecular control of the cytosolic aconitase/IRP1 switch by extramitochondrial frataxin

LIP19, a Basic Region Leucine Zipper Protein, is a Fos-like Molecular Switch in the Cold Signaling of Rice Plants

Molecular phylogenetic evidence for a reversible morphogenetic switch controlling the gross morphology of two common genera of green seaweeds, Ulva and Enteromorpha.

Redundant or separate entities?—roles of Twist1 and Twist2 as molecular switches during gene transcription

The poly dA helix: a new structural motif for high performance DNA-based molecular switches

 

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A protein that can change from an active to an inactive form by altering its conformation as a result of binding to a specific ligand or of chemical modification.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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