Herein, we use an ensemble of computational tools and methodologies to probe the nature of this ambi-valent bond.
Palladium(II) pincer complexes with varying amine donor substituents have been prepared and studied in olefin isomerization catalysis.
This cross-sectional study investigated associations between the omega-6/omega-3 PUFA ratio and somatic symptom disturbance and depressive symptoms in a community-based sample of 501 adults and determined whether these associations differed between adults with and without TMD or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
This cross-sectional study examined relationships between PUFAs in circulating erythrocytes and 2 chronic idiopathic pain conditions: temporomandibular disorder (TMD) and low back pain in a community-based sample of 503 U.S. adults.
Here we use a combination of coarse-grained computer simulations and experimental techniques to demonstrate how this approach can be implemented, with swellable network-like substrates supplying monomers to the functionalized surface as they diffuse out of the swollen network.
Here, we devise a technology that leverages fragment-based screening and SHAPE-MaP RNA structure probing to discover small-molecule fragments that bind an RNA structure of interest.
This work reports a bis-oxazoline Cu2+ catalyst for the selective azidation of pyranosides and furanosides.
Here, through an at-home course-based undergraduate research experience (CURE), we demonstrate that alginate and soy-based materials are attractive alternatives for mask fabrication: stacking calcium ion-cross-linked alginate films with soy protein isolate sheets enables electrostatic and size-exclusion filtration.
In this study, we evaluated mediator, immune cell, and mRNA expression profiles in the local tissue microenvironment surrounding implanted sensors as a function of NO release, diabetes, and implantation duration.
Herein, we tested the hypothesis that obesity dysregulates pulmonary PUFA metabolism that is central to inflammation initiation and resolution.