dipeptide

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di·pep·tide

 (dī-pĕp′tīd′)
n.
A peptide that is composed of two amino acid molecules linked by a peptide bond.

dipeptide

(daɪˈpɛptaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a compound consisting of two linked amino acids. See peptide
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Carnosine and related dipeptides as quenchers of reactive carbonyl species.
PepT1-mediated epithelial transport of dipeptides and cephalexin is enhanced by luminal leptin in the small intestine.
Gillard, Preparation and Characterization of New Oxovanadium (IV) Schiff Base Complexes Derived from Salicylaldehyde and Simple Dipeptides, Inorg.
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phenylalanine, tiyptophan) amino acid residues contribute to higher renin-inhibitoiy activity of dipeptides.
Our findings connect toxic dipeptides arising from ALS and FTD with profound disturbances in phase transitions and the impairment of function of numerous membrane-less organelles.
DP-I removes various dipeptides from the amino terminal of the protein substrate and also has an endopeptidase activity.
Predicting the physicochemical profile of diastereoisomeric histidine-containing dipeptides by property space analysis.
The 24 papers in this collection explore the chemistry, function, and laboratory analysis of imidazole dipeptides as nutritional components.
Dupin, "Biological role of histidine dipeptides in excitable tissues," Voprosy Medicinskoj Chimii, vol.
Some dipeptides are known to have physiological or cell-signaling effects, although most are simply short-lived intermediates on their way to specific amino acid degradation pathways following further proteolysis.
Effects of parenteral nutrition supplemented with glutamine or glutamine dipeptides on liver antioxidant and detoxication systems in rats.