glycyl


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gly·cyl (Gly),

(glī'sil),
The acyl radical of glycine.

gly·cyl

(glī'sil)
The acyl radical of glycine.
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The top row here has GLYCYL (Webster's Third) as the longest typable word.
31) Studies on both kidney and vascular endothelial cells show as little as one glycyl moiety per molecule was sufficient to dramatically increase the toxicity of albumin; therefore, for industrial and biomedical cell culture applications the presence of carbohydrate adducts appears to be undesirable.
We launched magnesium creatine and magnesium glycyl glutamine, which have been very well received in the area of sports nutrition," Mr.