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  • An intercalation-locked parallel-stranded DNA tetraplex 

    Tripathi, Shailesh; Zhang, Daoning; Paukstelis, Paul J. (Oxford University Press, 2015-01-27)
    DNA has proved to be an excellent material for nanoscale construction because complementary DNA duplexes are programmable and structurally predictable. However, in the absence of Watson– Crick pairings, DNA can be ...
  • MEDYAN: Mechanochemical Simulations of Contraction and Polarity Alignment in Actomyosin Networks 

    Popov, Konstantin; Komianos, James; Papoian, Garegin A. (2016)
    Active matter systems, and in particular the cell cytoskeleton, exhibit complex mechanochemical dynamics that are still not well understood. While prior computational models of cytoskeletal dynamics have lead to many ...
  • Treefall 

    Hansen, John; Hansen, J. Norman; Hansen, John Norman (Vantage Press, 1999-12)
    This file is an electronic facsimile of Treefall as published in book form by Vantage Press, 1999. It was authored by John Hansen, who is also J. Norman Hansen and John Norman Hansen at the University of Maryland, College ...
  • Parts List for Pendulum of Hansen & Lieberman compiled by J. Norman Hansen 

    Hansen, J. Norman (2014-10)
    This is a Parts List that provides instructions for the construction of the pendulum that was employed by Hansen and Lieberman. The Hansen and Lieberman articles are:Construction and Characterization of a Torsional Pendulum ...
  • Use of a Torsion Pendulum Balance to Detect and Characterize What May Be a Human Bioenergy Field 

    Hansen, J. Norman; Lieberman, Joshua A. (Society for Scientific Exploration, 2013-06)
    Whereas the concept of bioenergy fields is thousands of years old, their existence has never been verified by scientific experiments designed to detect and measure them; so bioenergy fields have no scientific credibility. ...

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