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cleave 1

 (klēv)
v. cleft (klĕft) or cleaved or clove (klōv), cleft or cleaved or clo·ven (klō′vən), cleav·ing, cleaves
v.tr.
1. To split with a sharp instrument. See Synonyms at tear1.
2. To make or accomplish by or as if by cutting: cleave a path through the ice.
3. To pierce or penetrate: The wings cleaved the foggy air.
4. Chemistry To split (a complex molecule) into simpler molecules.
v.intr.
1. To split or be capable or splitting, especially along a natural line of division: Certain brittle woods cleave easily.
2. To penetrate or pass through something, such as water or air.

[Middle English cleven, from Old English clēofan; see gleubh- in Indo-European roots.]

cleav′a·ble adj.

cleave 2

 (klēv)
intr.v. cleaved, cleav·ing, cleaves
1. To adhere, cling, or stick fast.
2. To be faithful: cleave to one's principles.

[Middle English cleven, from Old English cleofian.]

cleav•a•ble

(ˈkli və bəl)

adj.
capable of being split.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cleavable - capable of being cleaved
divisible - capable of being or liable to be divided or separated; "even numbers are divisible by two"; "the Americans fought a bloody war to prove that their nation is not divisible"
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Whereas the multiple basic amino acids at the HA0 cleavage sites of HPAI viruses, either as a result of insertion or substitution (2-4), allows the HA0 precursor to be cleavable by ubiquitous host proteases (5).
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In the first step a suitable protein, treated with reagents that provide reactive functional groups, is immobilized on a solid support via a cleavable linker.
The predicted protein does not seem to have cleavable signal sequence, but it does have a predicted transmembrane segment and a cysteine/lysine-rich domain (61).
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