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tet·ra·mer

 (tĕt′rə-mər)
n.
A polymer consisting of four identical monomers.


tet′ra·mer′ic (-mĕr′ĭk) adj.

tetramer

(ˈtɛtrəmə)
n
(Chemistry) a four-molecule polymer
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Immune responses were evaluated after the sixth and twelfth vaccinations by CD4+ T-cell proliferation, CD8+ T cell interferon-gamma secretion or the CD8-relevant WT1 peptide MHC tetramer assay.
The major adult form of hemoglobin is Hb A, a tetramer of two alpha and two beta globin chains.
The team used X-ray crystallography to find that six molecules of K-80003 bound to the tetramer interfaces.
8), and to amplify the tetramer amino acid repeats within the hypervariable central variable region of the B602L gene, we used primers described by Gallardo et al.
Structural and functional effects of hereditary hemolytic anemia associated point mutations in the alpha spectrin tetramer site.
Specifically, researchers discovered the tetramer structure, which is a four-membered ring made up of bigger molecules.
The contract covers an on-site terminal and manufacturing assets for nonene, tetramer, and other propylene derivatives.
However in each sub class tetramer do not form and they bind to the red blood cell membranes, causing damage to membrane.
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Dinitrogenase, also referred to as the MoFe protein or component 1 is a 220- to 240-kDa tetramer of the nifD and nifK gene and Dinitrogenase reductase, also referred to as the Fe protein or component 2, is a 60- kDa dimer of the product of the nifH gene, which is responsible for nitrogen fixation.
29) showed that the Ala-Mn-SOD/mitochondrial targeting sequence allows efficient Mn-SOD import into the mitochondrial matrix, while the Val-variant causes partial arrest of the precursor within the inner membrane and decreased formation of the active Mn-SOD tetramer in the mitochondrial matrix.
Brenner, "Functionally distinct subsets of CD1d-restricted natural killer T cells revealed by CD1d tetramer staining," Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.