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di·pep·tide

(dī-pep'tīd),
A combination of two amino acids by means of a peptide (-CO-NH-) link.

dipeptide

(dī-pĕp′tīd′)
n.
A peptide that is composed of two amino acid molecules linked by a peptide bond.

dipeptide

an organic compound formed by the union of two amino acids, with the link provided by the carboxyl group of one molecule and the amine group of the other.

di·pep·tide

(dī-pep'tīd)
A combination of two amino acids by means of a peptide (-CO-NH-) link.
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Fig. 132 Dipeptide . Formation and molecular structure.

dipeptide

the product of joining together two AMINO ACIDS by a CONDENSATION REACTION forming a PEPTIDE BOND.
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Indeed, the soluble form of DPP-4 in plasma rapidly removes the N-terminal dipeptide, giving rise to the metabolite BNP(3-32) (7).
In addition, the Pro-Hyp dipeptide that appears in human blood after ingestion of hydrolysed chicken cartilage extract was shown to enhance the biosynthesis of HA from the dermal fibroblasts.
Glutamine replacement with glutamine based dipeptide (glutamax) decreased ammonia production and enhanced cell growth, viability and EPO expression.
Scavenging of singlet molecular oxygen by imidazole compounds: high and sustained activities of carboxy terminal histidine dipeptides and exceptional activity of imidazole-4-acetic acid.
Correlation between the stability of a protein and its dipeptide composition: a novel approach for predicting in vivo stability from its primary structure.
The finding of a dipeptide of mass of AC suggests C is linked to A.
A method for producing a dipeptide includes producing a dipeptide from a carboxy component and an amine component by using a culture of a microbe belonging to the genus Sphingobacterium and having the ability to form the dipeptide from the carboxy component and the amine component, a microbial cell separated from the culture, treated microbial cell product of the microbe or a peptide-forming enzyme derived from the microbe.
Junovan (Mifamurtide - Liposomal Muramyl Tripeptide Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine, MTP-PE) is a fully synthetic lipophilic derivative of the muramyl dipeptide.
Lipopolysaccharide (LPS)- and muramyl dipeptide (MDP)-induced anorexia during refeeding following acute fasting: Characterization of brain cytokine and neuropeptide systems mRNA.
The dipeptide, RG had effects similar to those of the tripeptide RGD.