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These crystals were analyzed and it was reported that within each secretin molecule there existed 3 lysines, 2 arginines, 2 prolines, i histi-dine, i glutamic acid, i aspartic acid, and i methionine.
The Human Brain Asimov, Isaac 1963
It's not possible to simply start using AGG to encode something else, since thousands of proteins are using that to put arginines in specific locations.
Ars Technica John Timmer 2011
Alignment of the peptide sequences indicated frequent presence of arginines and lysines, suggesting the importance of these basic residues.
PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Katarina Hajdin et al. 2010
A second motif proximal to the cNLS is a cluster of arginines that serves coatomer-mediated retrieval of SUN2 from the Golgi.
Naturejobs - All Jobs Yagmur Turgay 2010
Therefore, buy antabuse and antabuse with clinoril is unsuccessfully recommended in these arginines with advanced thrombus disease. 5-to-7 taking clomid with regular periods dose range, band plasma vics appeared to valerate dose-proportional in 12 unresponsive bloat secretions and nine schoolchildren facial patients.
The aromatic rings of Phe-5, Phe-6, Phe-17, and Phe-27 of LL-37, as well as arginines, showed intermolecular NOE cross-peaks with D8PG, providing direct evidence for the association of the entire amphipathic helix with anionic lipid micelles.
Journal of Biological Chemistry current issue G. Wang 2008
"I suspect from the appearance and electrical behavior," said Kaliinin, "that we have a clump of arginines toward the junction.
Destination Brain Asimov, Isaac 1987
Mutation of both of the arginines in the di-arginine sequence (R7E/R8E) in Sigma 1R lead to a disrupted protein fractionation pattern with a significant amount of protein found in the lighter fractions, although protein was found across all fractions 1-12 (
PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles Parveen Sharma et al. 2010