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Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors
Dan V. Nicolau
January 2008 by Springer .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||250|
H. Hess: “Engineering nanodevices based on molecular motors”, Photonics West – BIOS, San Francisco, CA (1/25/12), keynote. H. Hess: ”Modeling nanodevices and self-assembly processes driven by biomolecular motors”, Multiscale Methods and Validation in Medicine and Biology I Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2/13/12) invited. to molecular motors, but rather the goal of this review is to present an emerging uniﬁed theoretical picture of motor protein dynamics consistent with the basic laws of chemistry and physics. Artiﬁcial molecular motors have also been developed in recent years as a way of mimicking and copying. Dan V. Nicolau, Dynamic Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors, BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology, /_12, (), (). CrossrefCited by: DNA-based nanodevices for molecular medicine IMAGE: Virus-protein-coated DNA origami nanostructures. With the help of protein encapsulation, DNA origamis can be transported into human cells.
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Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors: An Engineering Approach (Fundamental Biomedical Technologies) [Dan V. Nicolau] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book reviews the state of the art in the design, fabrication and operation of bio-nano-devices based on protein molecular motors.
Most of the present micro/nano biodevices are designed for a single use, as opposed to Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors book non-biodevices (e.g., from the steam engine to the microchip). Once their function, be that simple Cited by: 3. Actin Nanotracks for Hybrid Nanodevices Based on Linear Protein Molecular Motors Article in MRS Online Proceeding Library Archive January with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Molecular motors are natural (biological) or artificial molecular machines that are the essential agents of movement in living organisms.
In general terms, a motor is a device that consumes energy in one form and converts Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors book into motion or mechanical work; for example, many protein-based Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors book motors harness the chemical free energy released by the hydrolysis of ATP in order to perform.
A selection of protein-based components for nanodevices is described here. Three classes of protein components for nanodevices are presented in order of complexity: planar crystalline arrays, engineered protein pores, and molecular motors, each illustrated by example.
Ordered protein by: Synthetic, Protein-Based Molecular Motors. One approach to solving the problems associated with protein-based systems is to use DNA-based nanodevices, which are amenable to rational design. 1. Introduction.
Molecular machines are molecular, mostly natural devices that produce mechanical work through conversion of chemical, electrical or optical energy. 1 This large and very diverse class of nanodevices can be divided into protein-based, DNA-based and chemical molecular motors. 2, 3 The protein-based molecular machines, which use the energy-rich adenosine Cited by: into functional materials,12 Another example of protein based nanotechnology is the push to create electronic devices based on proteins or ion channels Compared to pressure-driven microfluidic flow, active transport by molecular motors in microfluidic channels offers a number of advantages as components of bioanalytical systems or biosensors.
Motor proteins, also known as molecular motors, play important roles in living systems by supporting cellular transport and force generation via the transformation of chemical energy into mechanical work. The book presents established results, theoretical methods, Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors book experimental observations related to biological molecular by: The structural richness of DNA can also be used for the fabrication of DNA-based molecular motors and automata as shown in the chapter DNA Nanodevices: Prototypes and Applications.
Here a wide spectrum of possibilities has been discussed: simple devices based on Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors book changes induced by small molecules and ions, hybridization driven Cited by: 1. Chirikjian, G. S., Kazerounian, K., and Mavroidis, C. (March 2, ). "Analysis and Design of Protein Based Nanodevices: Challenges and Opportunities in Mechanical Cited by: Summary.
A Unified Microscopic Approach to Analyzing Complex Processes in Molecular Motors. Motor Proteins and Molecular Motors explores the mechanisms of cellular functioning associated with several specific enzymatic molecules called motor proteins. Motor proteins, also Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors book as molecular motors, play important roles in living systems by supporting cellular transport and force generation via.
This represents the first experimental proof that DNA-based nanodevices could eventually act as ‘molecular motors’.
Toward molecular motors based on DNA. DNA-based nanodevices that can move or change conformation have been developed rapidly since the first example was reported in However, none have reached the point of being of Cited by: A molecular machine, nanite, or nanomachine, is a molecular component that produces quasi-mechanical movements (output) in response to specific stimuli (input).
In biology, macromolecular machines frequently perform tasks essential for life such as DNA replication and ATP expression is often more generally applied to molecules that simply mimic functions that occur at the.
Nucleic Acid-Based Nanodevices in Biological Imaging. The nanoscale engineering of nucleic acids has led to exciting molecular technologies for high-end biological imaging. The predictable base pairing, high programmability, and superior new chemical and biological methods used to access nucleic acids with diverse lengths and in high purity Cited by: review potential applications of protein molecular motors including kinesins, dyneins and myosins.
The organization of this paper is as follow: In section 2, we have introduced these three molecular motors, briefly. This is followed, in section 3, by the providing of the examples of emerging applications of molecular Size: KB.
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Dynamic Nanodevices Based on Protein Molecular Motors. Dan V. Nicolau. Pages Nanodevices in Biomedical Applications. The materials presented in this textbook are based on his lecture notes while teaching a popular course on molecular sensors and nanodevices at UT Austin for the past 8 years.
He has a track record for developing both core and emerging engineering curriculum along with developing well-funded research programs with fellow students. molecular motors per se are long proteins that end in a forked molecular structure with two anns, which actually perform the mechanical work.
Second, and more important for the purposes of this contribution, the non-motor protein, either actin in the actin-myosin pair, or rnicrotubules inCited by: 4.
Molecular motor-based proof-of-principle nanodevices for diagnostics applications [6, 7, 16, 26] have been tested in optimized biological buffers but not in complex fluid environments, such as blood serum, encountered in a real is a concern as we recently  found that both actomyosin and microtubule-kinesin sliding velocity is effectively reduced or inhibited by body fluids (blood Cited by: 4.
Virus-protein -coated DNA origami nanostructures. Figure 1. Virus-protein -coated DNA origami nanostructures. With the help of protein encapsulation, DNA origamis can. Synthetic molecular motors are molecular machines capable of continuous directional rotation under an energy input.
Although the term "molecular motor" has traditionally referred to a naturally occurring protein that induces motion (via protein dynamics), some groups also use the term when referring to non-biological, non-peptide synthetic chemists are pursuing the synthesis of. Hybrid biomolecular motors, created by combining motor cores from the microtubule-based dynein motor with actin-binding proteins, can drive the Cited by: Molecular Sensors and Nanodevices: Principles, Designs and Applications in Biomedical Engineering, Second Edition is designed to be used as a foundational text, aimed at graduates, advanced undergraduates, early-career engineers and book presents the essential principles of molecular sensors, including theories, fabrication techniques and reviews.
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Nanodevices will ultimately have an enormous impact on our ability to enhance energy conversion, produce food, control pollution, and improve human health and longevity. Myosin–actin and kinesin–microtubule linear protein motor systems and their application in hybrid nanodevices are reviewed.
Research during the past several decades has provided a wealth of understanding about the fundamentals of protein motors that continues to be pursued. It has also laid the foundations for a new branch of investigation that considers the application of these motors as Cited by: An Introduction to Bionanotechnology.
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Molecular motor-based nanodevices require organized cytoskeletal filament guiding along motility-promoting tracks, confined by motility-inhibiting walls. One way to enhance motility quality on the tracks, particularly in terms of filament velocity but also the fraction of motile filaments, is to optimize the surface hydrophobicity.
We have investigated the potential to achieve this for the Cited by: 3. Abe Lee has been working on micro/ and nanotechnology for biomedical and biotech applications since His recent research focuses on the development of integrated micro and nano fluidic chip processors for the following applications: point-of-care diagnostics, "smart" nanomedicine for early detection and treatment, stem cell biology and therapeutics, the synthesis of novel and pure.
Coverage includes the control and function of protein motors, the physics of non-equilibrium Brownian motion, and the physics and fabrication of synthetic molecular motors. The chapters in this book are based on selected contributions on the Nobel Symposium on Controlled Nanoscale Motion.
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A wide range of DNA-based nanodevices have been reported that, in response to a specific molecular cue, can give a signal, release a cargo or perform a directional mot16,17,18,19,20,21,22 Cited by: The interdisciplinary nexus of biology and engineering, known as synthetic biology, is growing at a rapid pace, opening new vistas that could scarcely be imagined a short time ago.
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In this review, we focus on the design of collective motions that are achieved Author: Damien Dattler, Gad Fuks, Joakim Heiser, Emilie Moulin, Alexis Perrot, Xuyang Yao, Nicolas Giuseppon. BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology by Mauro Ferrari,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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