kilodalton


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kil·o·dal·ton

 (kĭl′ō-dôl′tən)
n. Abbr. kDa also kD
A unit of mass equal to 1,000 atomic mass units.
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There is considerable evidence in the literature indicating that the 70 kilodalton family of heat shock proteins (HSP70) may be induced in response to a wide array of environmental stress (Black & Subjeck 1991).
The soluble portion was then ultra-filtered to obtain the more than 30 kiloDalton fraction of the remnant collagen, which was lyophilized to dryness.