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biomolecule

(ˈbaɪəʊˌmɒlɪkjuːl)
n
(Biochemistry) a molecule occurring naturally in living organisms
Translations
biomolécule
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A mass spectrometer for biomolecules. the instrument is intended for mass measurement of full length proteins and small biomolecules (metabolites).
A better understanding of cryptic variation may improve directed evolution techniques for developing new biomolecules for medical and other applications.
When Biomolecules are purified via chromatography techniques that separate them according to the difference in their specific properties such as size, charge, hydrophobicity, isoelectric point, and chemical specificity.
[USPRwire, Mon Apr 22 2019] Pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers use analytical gel permeation chromatography to analyze the biomolecules or products.
PhyNexus Inc said on Tuesday that it has agreed to be acquired by Biotage AB (Nasdaq Stockholm: BIOT.ST), strengthening its position for world-wide sales and marketing of automated lab-scale purification technology of biomolecules.
Ionic Surfactants and Aqueous Solutions: Biomolecules, Metals and Nanoparticles
Lysosomes, the minuscule bags of enzymes that break down proteins and other biomolecules, were found to play a key role.
The system is ideally suited to run reversed-phase, ion exchange, size exclusion and hydrophobic interaction LC methods with minimal carryover and maximum recovery of biomolecules. Its flow paths are made of non-stainless steel and iron-free bio-inert materials designed to minimize undesirable protein interactions and maximize system robustness under salt and pH extremes.
The new functionality enables the editor to support the representation of biomolecules with some structural uncertainty or ambiguity and also adds monomer and rule managers.
Labeling is one of the essential processes for analyzing and tracking the biomolecules and proceeds by conjugating the molecules with various materials such as isotope markers [1], photochromic compounds [2], and fluorescence polystyrene (PS) beads [3-5].
NYT Syndicate The 2017 Nobel Prize in chemistry has been awarded for work that helps researchers see what biomolecules look like.
Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson found a way to visualize biomolecules in 3D with special microscope techniques and mathematical algorithms.