tripeptide


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tri·pep·tide

 (trī-pĕp′tīd)
n.
A peptide containing three amino acids.
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They showed that the bacteria in which the genes in the DNA molecule that code for the glutaredoxin enzyme or the formation of the tripeptide glutathione, which is another important component of the glutaredoxin system, had been switched off were must more susceptible to ebselen than normal.
GSH is a tripeptide of glutamate, cysteine, and glycine that actively scavenges reactive oxygen species such as superoxide, hydroxy
Glutathione is a tripeptide made of cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine.
Tyroseleutide for injection (Tyroseleutide, also called CMS024) is a tripeptide compound with low molecular weight, which indicated for the treatment of primary liver carcinoma.
Osteosarcoma: The Addition of Muramyl Tripeptide to Chemotherapy Improves Overall Survival - A Report From The Chrildren's Oncology Group.
25] It is a tripeptide, L-g-glutamyl-L-cysteinyl-glycine, with a molecular weight of 307,[sup.
The invention also provides the pentapeptide Ser-Met-Arg-Glu-Arg, corresponding to residues 332 to 328 of human amyloid precursor protein in reverse order, and the tripeptide Arg-Glu-Arg which corresponds residues 328 to 330 of human amyloid precursor protein, the tripeptide and pentapeptide being provided as pharmaceutical compositions.
Secretion of recombinant soluble Thy-1 was achieved by stabilizing the terminal Cys 111 residue which takes part in intramolecular disulphide bond formation, by the addition of the tripeptide GGS at the C-terminus (32).
Junovan (Mifamurtide - Liposomal Muramyl Tripeptide Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine, MTP-PE) is a fully synthetic lipophilic derivative of the muramyl dipeptide.
patents relating to a tripeptide sequence known as the RGD peptide.
This is because real-time PCR cannot identify size polymorphisms, whether they result from natural events such as the spontaneous addition and deletion of tripeptide repeats in malaria parasites (14) or deliberately malevolent manipulation of microorganisms in the laboratory as potential agents of bioterrorism.