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  • Suppressed Quenching and Strong-Coupling of Purcell-Enhanced Single-Molecule Emission in Plasmonic Nanocavities 

    Kongsuwan, N; Demetriadou, A; Chikkaraddy, R; Benz, F; Turek, VA; Keyser, UF; Baumberg, JJ et al. (American Chemical Society, 2018-01-17)
    An emitter in the vicinity of a metal nanostructure is quenched by its decay through nonradiative channels, leading to the belief in a zone of inactivity for emitters placed within <10 nm of a plasmonic nanostructure. Here ...
  • True Molecular Scale Visualization of Variable Clustering Properties of Ryanodine Receptors. 

    Jayasinghe, Isuru; Clowsley, Alexander H; Lin, Ruisheng; Lutz, Tobias; Harrison, Carl; Green, Ellen; Baddeley, David et al. (Elsevier BV, 2018-01-09)
    Signaling nanodomains rely on spatial organization of proteins to allow controlled intracellular signaling. Examples include calcium release sites of cardiomyocytes where ryanodine receptors (RyRs) are clustered with their ...
  • Physical descriptions of the bacterial nucleoid at large scales, and their biological implications. 

    Benza, Vincenzo G; Bassetti, Bruno; Dorfman, Kevin D; Scolari, Vittore F; Bromek, Krystyna; Cicuta, Pietro; Lagomarsino, Marco Cosentino (IOP Publishing, 2012-07)
    Recent experimental and theoretical approaches have attempted to quantify the physical organization (compaction and geometry) of the bacterial chromosome with its complement of proteins (the nucleoid). The genomic DNA ...
  • Emergence of biaxial nematic phases in solutions of semiflexible dimers. 

    Vaghela, Arvin; Teixeira, Paulo IC; Terentjev, Eugene M (American Physical Society (APS), 2017-10)
    We investigate the isotropic, uniaxial nematic and biaxial nematic phases, and the transitions between them, for a model lyotropic mixture of flexible molecules consisting of two rigid rods connected by a spacer with ...

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