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On the Munn-Silbey approach to nonlocal exciton-phonon coupling
A canonical transformation method originally proposed by Munn and Silbey is used to partially diagonalize a model Hamiltonian which incorporates both local and nonlocal exciton-phonon coupling. At the heart of the method ...
Robustness of the single dressing fraction characterization of polaron structure in multi-mode partial dressing theory
In approaches to polaron theory which attempt to unify small and large polaron behavior, the notion of “partial dressing” plays a central role in determining the allocation of interaction energy between correlations of the ...
Self-consistent polaron states in the presence of simultaneous local and nonlocal exciton-phonon coupling
A canonical transformation method originally proposed by Munn and Silbey is used to diagonalize partially a model Hamiltonian which incorporates both local and nonlocal exciton phonon coupling. At the heart of the method ...
Solution structure of a pleckstrin-homology domain
PLECKSTRIN1, the major protein kinase C substrate of platelets, contains domains of about 100 amino acids at the amino and carboxy termini that have been found in a number of proteins, including serine/threonine kinases, ...
The transcription factor TFIIS zinc ribbon dipeptide Asp-Glu is critical for stimulation of elongation and RNA cleavage by RNA polymerase II
The eukaryotic transcription factor TFIIS enhances elongation and nascent transcript cleavage activities of RNA polymerase II in a stalled elongation complex. By site-directed mutagenesis, we have demonstrated that invariant ...
Geometric characterization of the sporadic groups Fi22, Fi23, and Fi24
Let Σ1, …, Σ4 be the 3-transposition graphs for Fischer's sporadic groups Fi21, …, Fi24. We classify connected locally Σi graphs gQ = gQi+1 for i = 1, 2, 3. In the minimal case i = 1 we also assume that for every nondegenerate ...
Pleckstrin homology domains bind to phosphatidylinositol-4,5-bisphosphate
THE pleckstrin homology (PH) domain is a new protein module of around 100 amino acids found in several proteins involved in signal transduction1–5. Although its specific function has yet to be elucidated, the carboxy-terminal ...
The fitting ideal of J0(q)(Fpn) over the Hecke algebra
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