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1. A formal request. Generally, one must fill out an application form as part of the application process.

2. See: Application Program.


Shorthand for appreciation.
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Although the receptor specificity of the hemagglutinin protein is a factor that appears to be important for human adaptation of avian strains, other poorly understood factors also participate in this adaptation (28).
Tofu is a versatile food and can be substituted for meat in most recipes, though to get the same amount of protein you will need to consume more.
Richard Goodman, a research professor of food science and technology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, says that, in addition to bioinformatics tools, researchers may also need to use nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy or crystallography to examine tiny differences in surface structure to fully understand protein structures' role in allergenicity.
The team began by immersing a gold plate in a solution containing normally folded molecules of the protein, some of which spontaneously formed a chemical bond between one of their ends and the surface of the plate.
Proteins in Food Processing is a comprehensive and authoritative reference for the food processing industry.
Athletes get enough protein for muscle growth and repair in an average mixed diet.
Each of the structural investigations added important new information about how the structure relates to function and/or about our understanding of the general principles of protein structure.
The protein estimation protocol involves a simple step for extracting soluble protein from latex.
Overview of the protein therapeutics environment, including main therapeutic categories, drug delivery technologies and key players
Based on the similarity of the predicted Angrem52 and Angrem104 sequences to paramyxovirus protein sequences, a reasonable conclusion is that Angrem52 and Angrem104 are actually paramyxovirus genes.
The lower the score, the less likely it is that the unknown protein matches peptides in the database.
In order to degrade a protein and keep the 30,000 other proteins alive, you need control, and energy provides the control," says Ciechanover.