Capsid. Incubation with presynthesized 5-nm gold nanoparticles 1246560-33-7 Epigenetic Reader Domain created an ordered arrangement in the particles along the 5-nm gold nanoparticles produced an ordered arrangement of your particles along the virion surface. virion surface. The resulting Au-plated nanowires reached dimensions of 10 nm in diameter along with the resulting Au-plated length .reached dimensions of ten nm in created negative electrodes roughly 1 in nanowires Similarly, Nam and colleagues diameter and roughly 1 for in length . ion batteries utilizing very ordered 881375-00-4 Purity & Documentation M13-templated gold-cobalt for use in lithium. use in lithium Similarly, Nam and colleagues created adverse electrodes oxide nanowires ion batteries employing highly ordered M13-templated gold-cobalt oxide nanowires . four consecutive NTo do that, the group engineered a modified pVIII coat protein containing To do this, the group engineered a modified pVIII coatbind cobalt oxide (Co3O4) together with an further gold-binding terminal glutamate residues to protein containing 4 consecutive N-terminal glutamate residues to bind cobalt oxide (Co3 O4 ) along with an additionalAu- and Co3O4-specific peptides hybrid clone peptide motif. This hybrid clone expressing both gold-binding peptide motif. This produced a expressing consistingand a compact quantity of Au developed a nanowire consisting of3O4. Theamount nanowire each Au- of Co3 O4 -specific peptides nanoparticles combined with Co a tiny hybrid of Au nanoparticles combined with CoinitialThe hybrid nanowire was observed toapproximately 30 nanowire was observed to enhance 3 O4 . and reversible storage capacity by improve initial and reversible storage capacitynanowires when tested compared to pure Co3 O4 nanowires study tested at in comparison with pure Co3O4 by approximately 30 at the exact same present . Inside a later when , the the exact same present . Within a later study when the pIII protein was bound to FePO4 even though the pIII protein pVIII protein was bound to FePO4 , the pVIII protein was modified using a peptide sequence was modified with a peptide sequence facilitating the interaction with single-walled carbon nanotubes facilitating the interaction with single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs). This brought with each other (SWCNTs). This brought collectively thenanowires with all the robustness nanowires nanotubes to make the advantages of biologically ordered benefits of biologically ordered of carbon with all the robustness of carbon nanotubes to make high-power lithium-ion 4) . high-power lithium-ion battery-like cathodes (Figure battery-like cathodes (Figure four) .Figure four. Genetically engineered M13 bacteriophage used as a lithium-ion battery cathode. (A) The Figure four. Genetically engineered M13 bacteriophage employed as a lithium-ion battery cathode. (A) The gene VIII protein (pVIII), a significant capsid protein on the virus, is modified to serve as a template for gene VIII protein (pVIII), a significant capsid protein with the virus, is modified to serve as a template for amorphous anhydrous iron phosphate (a-FePO44)) growth. The gene III protein (pIII) is also engineered amorphous anhydrous iron phosphate (a-FePO growth. The gene III protein (pIII) is also engineered to have a binding affinity for single-walled nanotubes (SWNTs). (B) The fabrication of genetically to have a binding affinity for single-walled nanotubes (SWNTs). (B) The fabrication of genetically engineered high-power lithium-ion battery cathodes and aa photograph on the battery utilised to powe.