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hydrogen-bonded

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  • adj. linked by a hydrogen bond

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  • In the oft told story (Watson 1968), Watson and Crick collaborated to build a model of the double helical structure of DNA, with its two helical strands held together by hydrogen-bonded base pairs.

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  • Besides these activities in high resolution NMR, we always had a research program in solid state NMR going aiming at methodological developments, such as improved 2D spectroscopy techniques and spin diffusion, and applications to particular systems such as one-dimensional organic conductors, polymer blends, and dynamics in hydrogen-bonded carboxylic acids in collaboration with Thomas Baumann, Pablo Caravatti, Federico

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  • Thus the amide groups on the periphery of the molecule are all hydrogen-bonded to those of neighboring molecules either directly or through water molecules, except one, that on ring B.

    Nobel Lecture The X-Ray Analysis Of Complicated Molecules

  • Both the vast variety of specially structured macromolecules and their complementary hydrogen-bonded water structures are required at the same time.

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  • Slide 33: ‫ ﺍﻟﺒﻠﻮﺭﺍﺕ ﺫﺍﺕ ﺍﻟﺮﺍﺑﻄﺔ ﺍﻟﻬﻴﺪﺭﻭﺟﻴﻨﻴﺔ ‪ hydrogen-bonded crystals ‬ ‬

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  • • X-ray diffraction studies reveal a cylinder of water surrounding the triple-helix which is hydrogen-bonded to the hydroxyproline side-chains.

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  • His200 is hydrogen-bonded with the N7 nitrogen from the guanine ring.

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  • We propose that both the expulsion of water, hydrogen-bonded to main-chain amides, and the completion of the secondary structure formation contribute to the energetic barrier of the rate-limiting step in SMN folding.

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  • From these spectra we obtained that there are plenty of linear and closed hydrogen-bonded chains of molecules, except for free water molecules, in water, which are responsible for conductivity and magnetization of water, respectively.

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  • Authors further noted: "if water is exposed in a magnetic field, these closed hydrogen-bonded chains become some ring electric-current or" molecular electric-current "elements with magnetism due to the proton conductivity in them under the action of Lorentz force of the magnetic field [19-24,25], and the magnetic interactions of these" molecular electric-current "elements with each other or with the externally applied magnetic-field result in the changes of distribution and features of water molecules and the magnetization of water".

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