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Loop Structures and Barrier Elements from D. melanogaster 87А7 Heat Shock Locus  [PDF]
Mikhail V. Glazkov, Anna N. Shabarina
Computational Molecular Bioscience (CMB) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cmb.2016.64005
Abstract: The three-dimensional organization of the genome is closely related to its functioning. Interactions between parts of the genome located at large distances from each other have been detected within the chromosomes of different organisms, which led to the discovery of topologically associated domains (TADs). Methods that reveal such interactions between chromosomal loci imply detection of both protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions. We investigated the possibility of involvement of the direct DNA-DNA interactions in the structural and functional organization of Drosophila melanogaster chromosomal 87A7 locus, containing genes hsp70Aa and hsp70Ab, with the sequence analysis method. Our results indicate that the functional organization of 87A7 locus may involve different elements: chromosomal DNA fragments that attach chromosomes to the nuclear envelope, short polypurine/polypyrimidine tracts, insulators and their proteins. The combination of interactions of these elements may cause different functional states of 87A7 locus.
Formation of the S=1 paramagnetic centers in the bond-diluted spin-gap magnet
V. N. Glazkov,Yu. V. Krasnikova,D. Huvonen,A. Zheludev
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: Electron spin resonance experiment reveals that non-magnetic bond doping of the spin-gap magnet (C$_4$H$_{12}$N$_2$)Cu$_2$Cl$_6$ (abbreviated PHCC) results in the formation of $S=1$ paramagnetic centers that dominate low-temperature ESR response. We have followed evolution of this signal with doping impurity content and have found that these centers concentration is quadratic over the impurity content. We also observe coexistence of the ESR responses from these local centers and from delocalized triplet excitations over certain temperature range.
Dynamics of anisotropic spin dimer system in strong magnetic field
A. K. Kolezhuk,V. N. Glazkov,H. Tanaka,A. Oosawa
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.70.020403
Abstract: Recently measured high-field ESR spectra of the spin dimer material TlCuCl3 are described within the framework of an effective field theory. A good agreement between the theory and experiment is achieved, for all geometries and in a wide field range, under the assumption of a weak anisotropy of the interdimer as well as intradimer exchange interaction.
Separation of the magnetic phases at the Néel point in the diluted spin-Peierls magnet CuGeO3
V. N. Glazkov,A. I. Smirnov,K. Uchinokura,T. Masuda
Physics , 2001, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.65.144427
Abstract: The impurity induced antiferromagnetic ordering of the doped spin-Peierls magnet Cu(1-x)Mg(x)GeO(3) was studied by ESR technique. Crystals with the Mg concentration x<4% demonstrate a coexistence of paramagnetic and antiferromagnetic ESR modes. This coexistence indicates the separation of a macroscopically uniform sample in the paramagnetic and antiferromagnetic phases. In the presence of the long-range spin-Peierls order (in a sample with x=1.71%) the volume of the antiferromagnetic phase immediately below the N\'{e}el point T_N is much smaller than the volume of the paramagnetic phase. In the presence of the short-range spin-Peierls order (in samples with x=2.88%, x= 3.2%) there are comparable volumes of paramagnetic and antiferromagnetic phases at T=T_N. The fraction of the antiferromagnetic phase increases with lowering temperature. In the absence of the spin-Peierls dimerization (at x=4.57%)the whole sample exhibits the transition into the antiferromagnetic state and there is no phase separation. The phase separation is explained by the consideration of clusters of staggered magnetization located near impurity atoms. In this model the areas occupied by coherently correlated spins expand with decreasing temperature and the percolation of the ordered area through a macroscopic distance occurs.
Spin-resonance modes of the spin-gap magnet TlCuCl_3
V. N. Glazkov,A. I. Smirnov,H. Tanaka,A. Oosawa
Physics , 2003, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.69.184410
Abstract: Three kinds of magnetic resonance signals were detected in crystals of the spin-gap magnet TlCuCl_3. First, we have observed the microwave absorption due to the excitation of the transitions between the singlet ground state and the excited triplet states. This mode has the linear frequency-field dependence corresponding to the previously known value of the zero-field spin-gap of 156 GHz and to the closing of spin-gap at the magnetic field H_c of about 50 kOe. Second, the thermally activated resonance absorption due to the transitions between the spin sublevels of the triplet excitations was found. These sublevels are split by the crystal field and external magnetic field. Finally, we have observed antiferromagnetic resonance absorption in the field-induced antiferromagnetic phase above the critical field H_c. This resonance frequency is strongly anisotropic with respect to the direction of the magnetic field.
Observation of a transverse magnetization in the ordered phases of the pyrochlore magnet Gd2Ti2O7
V. N. Glazkov,C. Marin,J. -P. Sanchez
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/18/34/L01
Abstract: We have performed a detailed transverse magnetization study of the pyrochlore antiferromagnet Gd2Ti2O7. A transverse magnetization of about 10^{-3}M_{sat} is observed in the low-temperature ordered phases. These measurements result in the refinement of the Gd2Ti2O7 phase diagrams. Observation of a transverse magnetization indicates loss of the cubic symmetry in some of the magnetic phases and provides new information for a better understanding of the complicated magnetic ordering of Gd2Ti2O7.
Multiple spin-flop phase diagram of BaCu2Si2O7
V. N. Glazkov,G. Dhalenne,A. Revcolevschi,A. Zheludev
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/23/8/086003
Abstract: The quasi one-dimensional compound BaCu2Si2O7 demonstrates numerous spin-reorientation transitions both for a magnetic field applied along the easy axis of magnetization, and for a magnetic field applied perpendicular to it. The magnetic phase diagram for all three principal orientations is obtained by magnetization and specific heat measurements. Values of all critical fields and low-temperature values of magnetization jumps are determined for all transitions.
Phase diagram of low-dimensional antiferromagnets with competing order parameters: A Ginzburg-Landau-theory approach
V. N. Glazkov,F. Casola,H. -R. Ott,T. Shiroka
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.87.054427
Abstract: We present a detailed analysis of the phase diagram of antiferromagnets with competing exchange-driven and field-induced order parameters. By using the quasi-1D antiferromagnet BaCu_2Si_2O_7 as a test case, we demonstrate that a model based on a Ginzburg-Landau type of approach provides an adequate description of both the magnetization process and of the phase diagram. The developed model not only accounts correctly for the observed spin-reorientation transitions, but it predicts also their unusual angular dependence.
Magnetic resonance study of the spin-reorientation transitions in the quasi-one-dimensional antiferromagnet BaCu2Si2O7
V. N. Glazkov,A. I. Smirnov,A. Revcolevschi,G. Dhalenne
Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.72.104401
Abstract: A quasi-one dimensional antiferromagnet with a strong reduction of the ordered spin component, BaCu2Si2O7, is studied by the magnetic resonance technique in a wide field and frequency range. Besides of conventional spin-flop transition at the magnetic field parallel to the easy axis of spin ordering, magnetic resonance spectra indicate additional spin-reorientation transitions in all three principal orientations of magnetic field. At these additional transitions the spins rotate in the plane perpendicular to the magnetic field keeping the mutual arrangement of ordered spin components. The observed magnetic resonance spectra and spin-reorientation phase transitions are quantitatively described by a model including the anisotropy of transverse susceptibility with respect to the order parameter orientation. The anisotropy of the transverse susceptibility and the strong reduction of the anisotropy energy due to the quantum spin fluctuations are proposed to be the reason of the spin reorientations which are observed.
Evidence for orthorhombic distortions in the ordered state of ZnCr$_2$O$_4$: A magnetic resonance study
V. N. Glazkov,A. M. Farutin,V. Tsurkan,H. -A. Krug von Nidda,A. Loidl
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.79.024431
Abstract: We present an elaborate electron-spin resonance study of the low-energy dynamics and magnetization in the ordered phase of the magnetically frustrated spinel ZnCr$_2$O$_4$. We observe several resonance modes corresponding to different structural domains and found that the number of domains can be easily reduced by field-cooling the sample through the transition point. To describe the observed antiferromagnetic resonance spectra it is necessary to take into account an orthorhombic lattice distortion in addition to the earlier reported tetragonal distortion which both appear at the antiferromagnetic phase transition.
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