amino acid sequence

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amino acid sequence

n
(Biochemistry) the unique sequence of amino acids that characterizes a given protein
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Pairwise alignment reveals that pneumolysin do not have the N-terminus signal peptide sequence which is present in the template i.
The system is the ideal tool to analyze all major biopharmaceutical attributes, including aggregates, glycans, charge variants, peptide sequence and intact proteins.
The researchers found a peptide sequence of four amino acids, cysteine, alanine, glutamine, and lysine (CAQK), that recognises injured brain tissue.
We have found a peptide sequence of four amino acids, cysteine, alanine, glutamine, and lysine (CAQK), that recognizes injured brain tissue," said Erkki Ruoslahti, M.
Table 1 Mass spectrometry analysis of purified yolk proteins from Patiria miniata Peptide sequence Sea star species KLQTETENPAKH (*) Pm, Pp (ts, ov), Pr KGPVLNGINADKQ Pm K1NQVCSEVKK Pm, Pp (ts) KINQVCSEVKKQ Pm, Pp (ts) KAIGNAGLILKQ Pm KQTTDAETDSIDRI Pm KSKTVDVDLRV Pm RVQGIYSLRR Pm, Pr KNLRDIAEKI Pm, Pp (ts), Pr RDLDALDGQLRT Pm, Pp (ts) RTTVIDSDTNALKA Pm TTVIDSDTNALKA Pm KFFGNELRT Pm, Pp (ts), Pr RLTDVLSDKA Pm, Pp (ts, ov) KLNVDVAKK Pm, Pp (ts, ov), Pr KLNVDVAKKL Pm, Pp (ts, ov), Pr RSLFNFDEVRS Not recognized as Vtg Peptides detected by mass spectronomy (Appendix Fig.
Thomas Kislinger: In theory any peptide sequence that is not present in a reference protein sequence database predicted from genomic/transcriptomic data and expressed abundantly enough to be detected by a modern shotgun proteomics strategy could be detected in a proteogenomics approach.
The full- length cDNA of mtMnSOD was 1113 bp with a 654 bp of open reading frame encoding a 218 amino acid (aa) protein with a 21 aa signal peptide sequence in the N-terminus.
The Fmoc building blocks for making the desired peptide sequence were purchased from Novabiochem (San Diego, CA).
Virescein is a moricin-like 41 amino acid peptide sequence isolated and sequenced by Bulet et al.
The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) began performing trials to isolate a peptide sequence specific to certain bacteria.