polybasic


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pol·y·ba·sic

 (pŏl′ē-bā′sĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to salts or acids forming salts with two or more atoms of a univalent metal.
2. Polyprotic.

polybasic

(ˌpɒlɪˈbeɪsɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) (of an acid) having two or more replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
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Analysis of obtained hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA) nucleotide and deduced amino acid sequence data confirmed that viruses in our samples were HPAI H5N1 with polybasic cleavage motif (Q-R-E-R-R-R-K-R-G-L-F) and (Q-R-E-K-R-R-K-R-G-L-F).
The present invention relates to a modified cellulose fiber-containing rubber composition containing: a modified cellulose fiber (A) obtained by adding a C15 or higher cyclic polybasic acid anhydride (a) containing a hydrophobic group to a cellulose fiber through esterification; a dispersing polymer (B) having a softening point of 135[degrees]C or lower; and a rubber component (C).
The artificial synthetic materials are mainly aliphatic polybasic esters such as PLGA, PGA, PLLA, PCL, and so on.
AW-14 isolate was categorized as a velogenicNDV strain assessed biologically by the ICPI (1.8) and polybasic amino acid residues at the F protein cleavage site.
Johnson, "The carboxyl terminus of interferon-y contains a functional polybasic nuclear localization sequence," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
This second binding site can correspond to the polybasic motif, previously identified as a [Ca.sup.2+]-independent [PIP.sub.2] binding motif [35].
Alkyd resins are defined as polyesters formed by the polycondensation reactions of polyhydric alcohol and polybasic acid and modified with fatty acids or fats [1-3].
PW12 is by heteroatomic P and coordination atoms W in a structure through the oxygen atoms of ligand bridging oxygen polybasic acid.
The peptide region in Rac1 that was isolated as a binding partner of p104 by yeast two-hybrid screening (residues 101180) contains a polybasic region which is common to the carboxy-terminus of Ras and Rho family members.
CTS in these fibers existed in two chemical forms, namely, polycationic or polybasic. To convert CTS from polycationic to polybasic form, the samples were incubated in 1N NaOH solution for an hour.
californica, the negative charges of the polyanionic Pc-3 variants could be neutralized by the polybasic Pc-1 and Pc-4, by the divalent Mg2+, by the basic C-terminus of Pc-3A, or by a combination of these mechanisms.