extein

extein

(ĕk′stē-ĭn) [″ + (pro)tein]
Fragments of a protein that link to form a new protein after an internal sequence (an intein) of the larger molecule is removed by post-translational splicing.
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In response empirical research is cited to refute the neuroscience and moral criticisms (Cherniss, Extein, Goleman, & Weissberg, 2006), however we believe that philosophic concerns regarding the lack of moral depth of EI were not specifically or adequately addressed in this paper.
This has been proven and detailed in a recent major study by Susan Saegert and Melissa Extein, experts in the housing field.
The intein unites these fragments, dubbed exteins, with the same natural bono between amino acids that cells employ when they build a protein from scratch.