complex protein

complex protein

a protein that contains a simple protein and at least one molecule of another substance, as a glycoprotein, lipoprotein, nucleoprotein, or hemoglobin.
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Lot 3 - Supply of equipment to process complex protein crystallization.
It is a complex protein structure, and when properly assembled this capsid looks like a skeletal soccer ball with lots of spikes sticking out.
That got James Gregory, a postdoctoral researcher in Mayfield's laboratory, wondering if a complex protein to protect against the malarial parasite could also be produced by Chlamydomonas.
TJ are complex protein structures comprised of transmembrane proteins, which interact with the actin cytoskeleton via plaque proteins.
It has been remarkable to bring a complex protein from an extinct species, such as the mammoth, back to life,'' said Alan Cooper, a professor at the University of Adelaide.
The natural evolution of camel milk, which may be due to the harsh climate, has caused it to have a more complex protein strain that makes it tougher to break down and hence it lasts longer.
9) Bio-Rad's Criterion Stain Free imaging system can in fact be used with a variety of complex protein samples from a number of sources, with the results being visually equivalent to Coomassie staining (Figure 4).
The use of mass spectrometry to analyze complex protein mixtures is also explored.
The Trypsin Spin Column reduces the time to digest complex protein mixtures from as much as 18 hours with conventional methods to only 15 minutes.
HerdChek simplifies testing procedures compared to existing products on the market by eliminating complex protein digestion steps in the sample preparation process.
Quantitative analysis of complex protein mixtures using isotope-coded affinity tags.
Dr Sang has altered the genetic material in a single cell, allowing the breeding of chickens able to lay eggs with up to 100mg of whatever complex protein is required.

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