Protein nanotechnology

Jayachandra Yaradoddi, Merja Hannele Kontro, Sharanabasava V Ganachari, M.B: Sulochana, Agsar Dayanand

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Abstract

Medical management should be well-preserved; in particular, a fast, easy, and cheap diagnosis. Sometimes, a RNA and DNA nanobio-based diagnostic may not provide precise data with regard to specific disorders. Therefore, some quantifiable protein information and molecular folding are required for the analysis of such disorders. Proteins at minute concentrations are typically undetectable under normal circumstances nowadays, and can be measured and quantified using protein nanotechnology methods. On the other hand, protein machinery carry out tasks that are unsafe for cell behavior, comprising DNA duplication, intracellular carriage, ion pumps, and cellular motility. They have changed with unbelievable multiplicity, precision, efficacy, and a substantial number of studies in contemporary biology have been intended to expose the vital mechanisms or processes of their primary function. This chapter also emphasizes the recent developments in protein nanotechnology, with a special focus on molecular cytoskeletal motors, dyneins, myosins, and kinesins. They constitute a subcategory of protein machineries; they have distinguished properties and are able to convert biochemical energy to work automatically.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Ecomaterials
EditorsL Martínez , O Kharissova, B Kharisov
Number of pages13
PublisherSpringer Nature Switzerland
Publication date19 Sep 2018
Pages1-13
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-319-48281-1
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 19 Sep 2018
MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

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Yaradoddi, J., Kontro, M. H., Ganachari, S. V., Sulochana, M. B., & Dayanand, A. (2018). Protein nanotechnology. In L. Martínez , O. Kharissova, & B. Kharisov (Eds.), Handbook of Ecomaterials (pp. 1-13). Springer Nature Switzerland. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-48281-1_192-1
Yaradoddi, Jayachandra ; Kontro, Merja Hannele ; Ganachari, Sharanabasava V ; Sulochana, M.B: ; Dayanand, Agsar. / Protein nanotechnology. Handbook of Ecomaterials. editor / L Martínez ; O Kharissova ; B Kharisov. Springer Nature Switzerland, 2018. pp. 1-13
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Protein nanotechnology. / Yaradoddi, Jayachandra; Kontro, Merja Hannele; Ganachari, Sharanabasava V; Sulochana, M.B:; Dayanand, Agsar.

Handbook of Ecomaterials. ed. / L Martínez ; O Kharissova; B Kharisov. Springer Nature Switzerland, 2018. p. 1-13.

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Yaradoddi J, Kontro MH, Ganachari SV, Sulochana MB, Dayanand A. Protein nanotechnology. In Martínez L, Kharissova O, Kharisov B, editors, Handbook of Ecomaterials. Springer Nature Switzerland. 2018. p. 1-13 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-48281-1_192-1