low molecular weight protein

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low mo·lec·u·lar weight pro·tein

(lō mŏ-lek'yŭ-lăr wāt prō'tēn)
A gene product that is a component of a proteosome.
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californica, particularly the removal of the low molecular weight protein from the chromophore [12,13].
In the third tube, seminal plasma was totally removed and added 10% of seminal plasma with low molecular weight proteins.
Polyacrylamide gels, 5 % for high and 12 % for low molecular weight proteins, were prepared [18].
The fraction of 135 kDa was resolved into two bands whose isoelectric points were determined as 4.8 and 5.2 Amongst low molecular weight proteins the fraction of 23 kDa was resolved into three fractions corresponding to isoelectric points 5.1, 5.3 and 5.5.
Protein profile of plastids isolated from excised leaves of seedlings grown in dark and different light regimes revealed that most of the high molecular weight proteins (<60kDa) and low molecular weight proteins (14-20 kDa) were present in V-, D, R+FR, FR, V+, R+B and W seedlings.
Silver staining after electrophoresis indicated that the M3-reactive samples contained sLR11 as a single protein at 250 kDa as well as low molecular weight proteins, in both human and rabbit sera (lanes 2 and 5).
The low conductivity of the organic solvent buffer minimizes heat generation, and the water-miscible nature of the organic solvent buffer permits the analysis of hydrophobic and low molecular weight proteins as well as hydrophilic proteins.
Low molecular weight proteins were responsible for the high protein extractable values obtained for the control during frozen storage.
[4,5] The urinary protein consists primarily of low molecular weight proteins, including [[alpha].sub.2] microglobulin, [[beta].sub.2]-microglobulin, and retinol binding protein ([[alpha].sub.2]-microglobulin).
Proponents of the interactome concept argue that in disease states, low molecular weight proteins or peptides unique to that disease increase in concentration in plasma, forming complexes with the more abundant proteins, particularly albumin and the immunoglobulins (8).
Lyophilized mixture of 7 proteins (Sigma SDS7-IVL; 124K6045) for low molecular weight proteins (66-14.2 kDa) were used as molecular weight markers.
Time course of low molecular weight proteins in the early transplantation period-influence of corticoids.

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