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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As discussed above, the pentameric and hexameric oligomers may be the building blocks of the more toxic decameric and dodecameric complexes.
In blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus), hemocyanin is found most commonly in hexameric and dodecameric forms, with the majority being dodecameric (Mangum et al.
Size-exclusion high performance liquid chromatography of the dodecameric and hexameric forms of hemocyanin from Callinectes sapidus.