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From [16] When oligomers are stabilized (right part of diagram) there will be oligomers without oscillations. Intermediate conditions (center of diagram) will lead to oscillations between microtubules and oligomers. The check the validity of the arguments a series o f model calculations based on the reaction mechanism of Fig. 10 were performed [19], details to be published). They are based on a set of coupled differential equations and on the assumption that the phase transition between microtubule growth and shrinkage can be explained by cooperative interactions between tubulin subunits at microtubule ends.

Riekel, this volume). In addition, insertion devices such as wigglers or undulators are capable of increasing the intensity further by several orders of magnitude. , by position-sensitive detectors or other devices) and stored in the computer. It would be desirable to reduce the sample volume or its concentration (especially for rare proteins), increase the time resolution (for fast reactions) and the spatial resolution (for higher structural detail), improve the signal-to-noise ratio even with weakly scattering objects, and record intensities over a wide dynamic range.

Two general types of model can be considered in order to justify this assertion.

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