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di·pep·tide

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

(dī-pĕp′tīd′)
n.
A peptide that is composed of two amino acid molecules linked by a peptide bond.
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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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This protein degradation process is reemphasized by the elevated contents of several dipeptides such as Glu-Glu (p<0.05), a dipeptide sequence frequently present in troponin-T [15,18] that is easily degraded in postmortem bovine muscles [16,17].
Module 2 included 32 identified metabolites, most of which belong to the peptide super class and dipeptide class.
expasy.org/EC/3.4.13.18], which preferentially hydrolyzes hydrophobic dipeptides (Bauer, 1998).
In contrast, in vitro and marine studies have shown that the degradation of dipeptides is slower than that of tri- or tetrapeptides (Levene et al.
Gazit, "Formation of closed-cage nanostructures by self-assembly of aromatic dipeptides," Nano Letters, vol.
De Sol, "Racemization of amino acids in dipeptides shows COOH > NH2 for non-sterically hindered residues," Science, vol.
DPC is the proportion of two consecutive amino acids or dipeptides having a fixed length of 20 x 20 = 400.
The novel isolate Paludifilum halophilum strain SMBg3 with significant antimicrobial activity was characterized further and shown to be potential producer of Gramicidin S and four cyclic antimicrobial dipeptides.
DP-I removes various dipeptides from the amino terminal of the protein substrate and also has an endopeptidase activity.
Predicting the physicochemical profile of diastereoisomeric histidine-containing dipeptides by property space analysis.
Imidazole Dipeptides: Chemistry, Analysis, Function and Effects