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Coherent Excitations

Systematic prediction of control proteins and their DNA binding sites

An unnatural base pair system for efficient PCR amplification and functionalization of DNA molecules

DNA assembler, an in vivo genetic method for rapid construction of biochemical pathways

Recognition of Abasic Sites and Single Base Bulges in DNA by a Metalloinsertor

Processive and Unidirectional Translocation of Monomeric UvsW Helicase on Single-Stranded DNA

Monovalent Cation Binding in the Minor Groove of DNA A-Tracts

Circular Dichroism Spectra and Electrophoretic Mobility Shift Assays Show That Human Replication Protein A Binds and Melts Intramolecular G-Quadruplex Structures

Top down Bottom up: Power from proteins

Biosensors: Nanotubes light up cells

Current-driven atomic waterwheels

Imaging the electrical conductance of individual carbon nanotubes with photothermal current microscopy

One-step DNA-programmed growth of luminescent and biofunctionalized nanocrystals

Functionalized 2′-Amino-α-L-LNA: Directed Positioning of Intercalators for DNA Targeting

Structural Basis for DNA Recognition by the Human PAX3 Homeodomain

The Transcriptional Repressor RYBP Is a Natively Unfolded Protein Which Folds upon Binding to DNA

Supercoil-Accelerated DNA Threading Intercalation

Minor Groove Binding Compounds That Jump a GC Base Pair and Bind to Adjacent AT Base Pair Sites

Electron microscopy of whole cells in liquid with nanometer resolution

Chromatin Organization and Radio Resistance in the Bacterium Gemmata obscuriglobus

A framework for evolutionary systems biology

Square-Shaped RNA Particles from Different RNA Folds

A novel semi-biosynthetic route for artemisinin production using engineered substrate-promiscuous P450BM3

Prions: Prions hijack the nanotube

The role of predictive modelling in rationally re-engineering biological systems

Diene-modified nucleotides for the Diels–Alder-mediated functional tagging of DNA

DNA sampling: a method for probing protein binding at specific loci on bacterial chromosomes

Model-based redesign of global transcription regulation

An efficient platform for genetic selection and screening of gene switches in Escherichia coli

In vivo molecular sensing in diabetes mellitus: an implantable glucose sensor with direct electron transfer

Split ubiquitin as a sensor of protein interactions in vivo

In Vivo Assessment of Local Phosphodiesterase Activity Using Tailored Cyclic Nucleotide–gated Channels as cAMP Sensors

Contact pressures in the human hip joint measured in vivo

Imaging radio frequency electron-spin-resonance spectrometer with high resolution and sensitivity for in vivo measurements

In Vivo Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Imaging of Tumor Heterogeneity and Oxygenation in a Murine Model

Intracellular Oxidation-Reduction States in Vivo The microfluorometry of pyridine nucleotide gives a continuous measurement of the oxidation state

Small antennas

[Design and synthesis of a convergent and directional molecular antenna]

Polypyridine block as molecular antenna in photoluminescence of macromolecular systems

Nanoantennas for Light Emission

Biolelectric Phenomena search on IEEE

A review of analytically determined electric fields and currents induced in the human body when exposed to 50-60-Hz electromagnetic fields

On-Chip Capacitance Sensing for Cell Monitoring Applications

Nanoelectropulse Intracellular Perturbation and Electropermeabilization Technology: Phospholipid Translocation, Calcium Bursts, Chromatin Rearrangement, Cardiomyocyte Activation, and Tumor Cell Sensitivity

Very Interesting: Modeling the Cellular Level of Natural Sensing with the Functional Basis for the Design of Biomimetic Sensor Technology

What are non-thermal electric biological effects?

Fröhlich condensation and their applications to terahertz medicine and quantum consciousness

Spectroscopic studies of position-specific DNA “breathing” fluctuations at replication forks and primer-template junctions

BioXyce: an engineering platform for the study of cellular systems

Versatile selection technology for intracellular protein–protein interactions mediated by a unique bacterial hitchhiker transport mechanism

Breakdown of the Debye approximation for the acoustic modes with nanometric wavelengths in glasses

Scanning tunnelling microscopy: Quantum holography for real

Molecular magnets: Chemistry brings qubits together

Large voltage-induced magnetic anisotropy change in a few atomic layers of iron

Very interesting: A smart dust biosensor powered by kinesin motors

DNA triplex formation with 5-dimethylaminopropargyl deoxyuridine

Real-time single-molecule observation of rolling-circle DNA replication

DNA modification of live cell surface

Very Interesting: A synthetic mammalian electro-genetic transcription circuit

Micromagnetic selection of aptamers in microfluidic channels

Nanometric chemical clocks

Structure−Property Relationships of Stable Free Radicals: Verdazyls with Electron-Rich Aryl Substituents

Nanospheres with Polymerization Ability Coated by Polyrotaxane

Evolving Lac repressor for enhanced inducibility

The homology recognition well as an innate property of DNA structure

Sensitive isothermal detection of nucleic-acid sequence by primer generation–rolling circle amplification

Sensitive fluorescence detection of nucleic acids based on isothermal circular strand-displacement polymerization reaction

Synthesis of programmable integrases

Electron Relay Race in Peptides

Continuous base identification for single-molecule nanopore DNA sequencing

A membrane interferometer

Systems Biology Strikes Gold

Amphipathic small molecules mimic the binding mode and function of endogenous transcription factors

Using movies to analyse gene circuit dynamics in single cells

A black body absorber from vertically aligned single-walled carbon nanotubes

Mammalian cell penetration, siRNA transfection, and DNA transfection by supercharged proteins

Activation of antibacterial autophagy by NADPH oxidases

Pyruvate Kinase-Deficient Escherichia coli Exhibits Increased Plasmid Copy Number and Cyclic AMP Levels

Excitable waves at the margin of the contact area between a cell and a substrate

Designing Protease Sensors for Real-Time Imaging of Trypsin Activation in Pancreatic Cancer Cells

First-principles design of nanomachines

May be sort of communication interface I'm looking for:Flexible electrical recording from cells using nanowire transistor arrays

Maybe sort of physical phenomenon I'm looking for: Electrophysiological characterization of LacY

Top down bottom up: Magnetic attraction

An electric current spike linked to nanoscale plasticity, Note: if such a transition (or something like it) happened in vivo and could be induced remotely (perhaps via the magnetic tweezers described above), might have a way of determining what's going on in vivo.

Tunnelling readout of hydrogen-bonding-based recognition, Note: "These effects provide new mechanisms for making sensors that transduce a molecular recognition event into an electronic signal."

Phonon populations and electrical power dissipation in carbon nanotube transistors

Nanoscale magnetometry: Microscopy with single spins

Magnetic interactions sense changes in distance between heme bL and iron-sulfur cluster in cytochrome bc1