Hongbin Li focuses on Crystallography, Molecule, Force spectroscopy, Biophysics and Nanotechnology. His Crystallography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Protein structure and Polysaccharide. His study in Molecule is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pyranose and Conformational change.
His Force spectroscopy research incorporates elements of Chemical physics, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Thermodynamics and Molecular dynamics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tissue engineering, Biochemistry and Biomaterial in addition to Biophysics. His Gold surface and Monolayer study, which is part of a larger body of work in Nanotechnology, is frequently linked to Protein engineering, Dipolar bond and Interaction time, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Force spectroscopy, Biophysics, Molecule, Crystallography and Protein engineering are his primary areas of study. His Force spectroscopy research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Optical tweezers and Microscopy. Hongbin Li interconnects Biochemistry, Protein folding and Molecular dynamics in the investigation of issues within Biophysics.
His research in Molecule intersects with topics in Native state, Rubredoxin, Denaturation and Metalloprotein. His Crystallography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Folding, Protein structure, Phi value analysis and Polysaccharide. His work deals with themes such as Elasticity and Self-healing hydrogels, which intersect with Nanotechnology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Optical tweezers, Biophysics, Optics, Force spectroscopy and Molecule. His Optical tweezers research includes elements of Work, Nanotechnology, Laser and Sample. His Biophysics study combines topics in areas such as Protein Fragment, Self-healing hydrogels and Molecular dynamics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Lability, Tracking, Microscopy, Folding and Oxidation state in addition to Force spectroscopy. He combines subjects such as Chemical physics, Sequence and Protein folding with his study of Folding. His studies in Molecule integrate themes in fields like Metalloprotein, Metal, Cobalt ions and Chemical stability.
His main research concerns Biophysics, Optical tweezers, Molecule, Protein folding and Folding. His Biophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Label free, Fluorescence, Yellow fluorescent protein, Tension and Integrin. His work carried out in the field of Optical tweezers brings together such families of science as Optoelectronics, Crystal, Laser and Microsphere.
Hongbin Li does research in Molecule, focusing on Force spectroscopy specifically. His work in Protein folding covers topics such as Chemical physics which are related to areas like Magnetic tweezers and Reflection. His Folding study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bioinorganic chemistry, Coupling, Metal and Microscopy.
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Mechanical unfolding intermediates in titin modules.
Piotr E. Marszalek;Hui Lu;Hongbin Li;Mariano Carrion-Vazquez.
Force-clamp spectroscopy monitors the folding trajectory of a single protein.
Julio M. Fernandez;Hongbin Li.
Reverse engineering of the giant muscle protein titin
Hongbin Li;Wolfgang A. Linke;Andres F. Oberhauser;Mariano Carrion-Vazquez.
The mechanical stability of ubiquitin is linkage dependent.
Mariano Carrion-Vazquez;Hongbin Li;Hui Lu;Piotr E Marszalek.
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology (2003)
Mechanical design of proteins studied by single-molecule force spectroscopy and protein engineering.
Mariano Carrion-Vazquez;Andres F Oberhauser;Thomas E Fisher;Piotr E Marszalek.
Progress in Biophysics & Molecular Biology (2000)
Designed biomaterials to mimic the mechanical properties of muscles
Shanshan Lv;Daniel M. Dudek;Daniel M. Dudek;Yi Cao;M. M. Balamurali.
Quantifying thiol-gold interactions towards the efficient strength control
Yurui Xue;Xun Li;Hongbin Li;Wenke Zhang.
Nature Communications (2014)
The unfolding kinetics of ubiquitin captured with single-molecule force-clamp techniques.
Michael Schlierf;Hongbin Li;Julio M. Fernandez.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Atomic force microscopy reveals the mechanical design of a modular protein
Hongbin Li;Andres F. Oberhauser;Susan B. Fowler;Jane Clarke.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Contour Length and Refolding Rate of a Small Protein Controlled by Engineered Disulfide Bonds
Sri Rama Koti Ainavarapu;Jasna Brujić;Hector H. Huang;Arun P. Wiita.
Biophysical Journal (2007)
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