dodecamer

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dodecamer

(dō-dek'ă-mĕr),
A polymeric unit of twelve residues (for example, DNA sequence).
[G. dōdeka, twelve, + -mer]
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Phosphorylation events are essential for the correct composition and function of complete dodecameric gap junction channels.
As discussed above, the pentameric and hexameric oligomers may be the building blocks of the more toxic decameric and dodecameric complexes.
Complete regression of metastatic renal cell carcinoma by multiple injections of engineered mesenchymal stem cells expressing dodecameric TRAIL and HSV-TK.
In blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus), hemocyanin is found most commonly in hexameric and dodecameric forms, with the majority being dodecameric (Mangum et al.
Interestingly, hyperoxidation stabilizes the formation of high-molecular-weight Prx complexes (dodecameric and higher order decameric derivative forms) [73, 74], which carry increased chaperone activity [75].