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A peptide containing three amino acids.
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This glycine-proline-hydroxyproline tripeptide represents a specific sequence that is repeated along the amino acid chain, with essential amino acids making up 16% of the total composition.
Setria[TM] Glutathione is a powerful tripeptide composed of glutamic acid, cystein and glycine promoting vital detoxification.
The tripeptide glutathione ([gamma]-L-glutamyl-L-cysteinylglycine) is the major intracellular nonprotein thiol compound, and it plays a major role in the protection of cells and tissue structures from oxidative injury.
Junovan (mifamurtide - Liposomal Muramyl Tripeptide Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine MTP-PE) is selectively delivered to marcrophages via the scavenger lipoprotein receptor pathway, activating the tumoricidal activity through the cytoplasmic Nod2 receptor.
The sequence of the tripeptide generated is not altered; however, the sequences of the peptides containing 7, 11, and 14 amino acids are altered at the sixth position in Hb C and Hb S.
Mepact (Mifamurtide - Liposomal Muramyl Tripeptide Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine, L-MTP-PE) is a fully synthetic lipophilic derivative of muramyl dipeptide.
To develop a specific CCK RIA that does not cross-react with gastrin, the antisera should recognize the tripeptide sequence at the amino terminus of CCK-8, which is common to all forms of CCK but is dissimilar to gastrin.
L-glutathione is a tripeptide composed of three amino acids (L-cysteine, glycine and L-glutamic acid).
Its presence is associated with inborn errors in the synthesis and metabolism of glutathione, a tripeptide found in most tissues that is essential for a variety of detoxification, antioxidant, and stabilizing functions.
Nasdaq:EPMN), announces that the Phase III clinical results for its Liposomal Muramyl Tripeptide Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine product (L-MTP-PE), also named Mepact(TM), will be presented and discussed in a panel symposium on May 16 in Washington, DC.
In 1921, Hopkins isolated and named glutathione, a tripeptide.