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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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Dietary Fish Protein Reduces Blood Pressure and Changes Fatty
Identification and characterization of MAVS, a mitochondrial antiviral signaling protein that activates NF-kappaB and IRF3.
Generally, proteins change quite a lot on their surface when you go across different species," Mills says.
Then, the tension would suddenly drop, signaling that one of the tangled parts of the protein had just unraveled.
Using MS, Tomer, Merrick, and colleagues identified a number of amino acid sites on the p53 protein that were phosphorylated, and they further discovered that okadaic acid completely phosphorylated one particular site on p53 (serine 315).
Several types of enzymes participate in labeling proteins with a chain of ubiquitin molecules, the Nobel laureates found.
Delta Biotechnology is dedicated to the development of proprietary technologies for high yield recombinant expression and purification systems for therapeutic proteins.
Athletes get enough protein for muscle growth and repair in an average mixed diet.
In addition to macromolecular crystallography, NIST staff members have been involved in the development and implementation of two important structural biology databases, the NIST/CARB Biological Macromolecule Crystallization Database (11) and the Protein Data Bank (12).
A proprietary test strip and reagent solutions have been developed such that when a 1 [mu]l protein solution is applied onto the test strip, it produces compact and symmetrical protein spots (figure 1).
This report examines each of the protein therapeutics classes in turn, assessing the market potential, and encompassing main therapeutic areas to which they are applicable.
Modification of the reported Angrem52 sequence in several positions yields what appears to be a full-length or near full-length paramymyxovirus fusion (F) protein gene, which would be separated from the M ORF by 355 nt (Figure 1A).