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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Keywords: Eristocophis macmahonii; hemoglobin characterization; evolution; amino acid sequence; snakes; Leaf-nosed viper.
It is known that whether a phosphorylation reaction will occur depends on the structure of the amino acid sequence that makes up the protein.
Mass Spectrometry and Amino Acid Sequence. The molecular mass of the purified pentocin JL-1 was detected by MALDI-TOF-MS (Shimadzu Axima Assurance, Japan), which was analyzed by GL Biochem (Shanghai, China).
A) performing, in a first sample isolated from skin, a quantitative measurement of at least one polypeptide of amino acid sequence represented by SEQ ID NO: 4, or a nucleic acid sequence encoding said at least one polypeptide; and
The amino acid sequence analysis revealed the presence of the mitochondria targeting sequence at the N-terminus, the conservation of the characteristic MnSOD motif signature and the four manganese binding sites in cSOD2.
The analysis of genetic phylogeny of the ND2 gene indicated that the Pakistani rose-ringed parakeet was cladded with Psittacula krameri with DNA and amino acid sequence similarity of 97.6 and 98.27% respectively.
Beta-amyloid precursor protein cleavage enzyme 2 (BACE2) is a close homolog to BACE1 with 64% amino acid sequence similarity [3], and orthologs of both human BACE1 and BACE2 genes are present in marmoset, cattle, rabbit, guinea pig, rat, and mouse.
Molecular analysis of partial open reading frame V1 sequences showed that PiCV strains detected in feral pigeons share high nucleotide and amino acid sequence identities with PiCV strains detected in ornamental, racing, meat, and feral pigeons.
A protein according to the present invention are concerned with (a), (b) or (c), namely (a) a protein comprising an amino acid sequence selected from the group consisting of the amino acid sequences shown in SEQ ID NOs: 2, 4, and 6; (b) a protein that has at least 50% homology to the protein comprising the amino acid sequence of the sequence described in (a) and having saponin-decomposing activity; or (c) a protein comprising a modified amino acid sequence of the sequence described in (a) that has one or more amino acid residues deleted, substituted, inserted, or added and having saponin-decomposing activity.
Further analysis of yak GAPDH amino acid sequence implied that it contained a complete glyceraldehyde-3-hosphate dehydrogenase active site (ASCTTNCL) which ranged from 148 to 155 amino acid residues.
Composition-based sequencing is a method for the mass spectrometrical determination of the amino acid sequence of unknown peptides which are not necessarily listed in protein (or other) databases.
As a result, one of the most powerful approaches for gaining insight into genome sequences is based simply on amino acid sequence comparisons between new, uncharacterized amino acid sequences predicted from genome DNA sequences, and amino acid sequences of known function.