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The process by which proteins or complementary strands of nucleic acids re-form their native conformations.

[From renature, to undergo renaturation : re- + (de)nature.]

re·na′ture v.


the process of returning proteins to their original state
renaturation d'acide nucléique
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over a length of more than 270 m, the existing, unnatural stream is to be renatured.
The recombinant protein was renatured by stepwise dialysis, purified by Ni-NTA affinity chromatography, and analyzed for the effects on cell proliferation by the MTT assay and osteoblastic differentiation by-alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity.
7 kDa His fusion protein under denaturing conditions was carried out by single step affinity chromatography using Ni-NTA (nickel-nitrilotriacetate) agarose (Qiagen) and renatured as described previously (Basagoudanavar et al.
coli strains, resulting in the formation of inactive inclusion bodies which need to be renatured to gain biological activity.
Enzymes were renatured by five washing steps with a buffer prepared with sodium acetate (50 mM, pH 5.
Before the HRM step, products were denatured at 95[degrees]C for 5 seconds and renatured at 40[degrees]C for 30 seconds.
Renatured rgVEGF164 was smeared across a dorsal area of a shaved mouse and had a positive effect on hair growth.