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The Binding Site leases laboratories from the university and does much of its work there.
It is notable that a 200-bp region immediately upstream of the transcription start site contained highly conserved transcription factor-binding motifs, including the Oct4/Sox2 binding site and Sp1 binding motifs.
Binding Site focuses on research, development, manufacture and distribution of innovative immunodiagnostic systems and assays for the global laboratory market.
where Vcell is the volume of calorimeter cell, i is the increment of binding ratio from injection j-1to j and Hi is the binding enthalpy of i class of binding site.
Analysis of the Binding Site between the Aptamers and the Protein
This enables it to poke into the site without touching the rest of the binding site," Wilson explains.
In an effort to locate the C9 binding site on C8[alpha], truncated and chimeric C8[alpha] in which modules were deleted or exchanged for those in C8[beta] were expressed independently or as heterodimers with C8[gamma] and combined with C8[beta].
To determine the binding site of atenolol, using warfarin sodium as a Site I-specific probe, the successive steps that were followed are described below.
The three-dimensional structure of DAT is not known, but the current findings suggest that TMs 1-2 and 4-6 are in close proximity and encompass at least part of the binding site for these two classes of uptake blockers.
The natural enzyme is stabilized in part by the presence of bound calcium at two different sites, a high-affinity site (site A) and a weaker less specific binding site.
We searched the available gene sequence for a hexanucleotide element (5'-ACGTGC-3') representing the consensus HIF-l binding site [21].
That site has been described as the PCP binding site and PCP binding inhibits the potential excitotoxic actions of endogenous agents like glutamate.