polypeptidic

polypeptidic

(ˌpɒlɪpɛpˈtɪdɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem relating to a polypeptide
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Translations
polipeptidico
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Insulin is a 51 amino acid polypeptidic hormone, discovered in 1922 by Banting et al.
[11] verified the extensive maturation of cattle manure after vermicomposting, which promoted notable decreases in hydrogen concentrations and quantities of aliphatic structures as well as polypeptidic and carbohydrate components.
Silk fibroin of silkworms is a commonly available natural polypeptidic biopolymer with a long history of applications in the human body as sutures.
The main topics investigated were: actions of sulfide balneotherapy on the glucidic and on the polypeptidic metabolisms; actions of sulfide balneotherapy on the endocrine system (thyroid using the basic metabolism determination; adrenocortex measuring 17-ceto and 17-OH corticosteroids) and the anti-oxidant system by the study of the action of Sulfide balneotherapy on the gluthation-reductase.
Isolation of bacillus subtilis mh-4 from soil and its potential of polypeptidic antibiotic production.
Together these two patents protect an IL-7 composition for therapeutic use containing the purified protein as a drug substance with the correct disulfide bridging, the appropriate glycosylation profile and polypeptidic purity.