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By Verena Beier, Cora Mund, Jörg D. Hoheisel (auth.), Harald Seitz (eds.)

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This criterion, as well as the simulation of the response based on the evaluated rate constant (smooth lines in Fig. 5a), validates the analysis. 1 Introduction Contrary to gel retardation or analytical ultracentrifugation techniques, where every DNA · PROTEIN species can be separated and quantitatively analyzed, the response curve in SPR experiments represents the sum of all binding events between protein and DNA containing multiple binding sites. For this reason quantitative analysis of protein binding to more then one binding site on DNA is relatively difficult, and successful only when binding events differ significantly in kinetic constants.

Paralogous Genes Can Diverge in Coding Potential and Expression Pattern Molecular Changes in Paralogous Gene Regulation . . . . . . . Recently Duplicated Genes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Epidermal Differentiation Complex (EDC) . . . . . . . . CE Precursor Genes and “Fused Genes” . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 3 Proof-of-Principle: Novel Elements in the SPRR3 Promoter . . . . Identification of SPRR3-Specific Regulatory Elements in the Proximal Promoter .

Reported recently the development of an Au nanocluster embedded in a dielectric film to achieve a tenfold improvement in sensitivity [33]. Presently SPR is used to study individual protein–DNA interactions with respect to kinetics, thermodynamics [5], or stoichiometry. One important development in the future will be to detect simultaneously a large number of interactions in parallel. BIAcore recognized this demand and recently introduced the Flexchip, which uses a sensor chip that allows simultaneous analysis of 400 interactions on a single biosensor, however with a slightly reduced sensitivity.

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