oligopeptides


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oligopeptides

small peptides containing mixtures of amino acids.
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4 kDa compared with amino acids and small oligopeptides (<0.
This innovative formula contains tomato extract, ceramide 2 and oligopeptides, which provide a wrinkle-soothing effect.
Humiforte is a high-tech soluble liquid nutrient, with rapidly absorption via leaves or roots, and a high concentration of free amino acids and biologically active oligopeptides, especially recommended for shock treatments.
Isolation and structural characterization of microcystin-LR and three minor oligopeptides simultaneously produced by Radiocystis fernandoi (Chroococcales, Cyanobacteria): A Brazilian toxic cyanobacterium.
Nature versus Natural: Engineered Oligopeptides that Prevent Microbial Degradation of Coatings"--Melinda Wales, Reactive Surfaces Ltd.
Primary structure of two oligopeptides Of the toxin of Bombina variegata.
It is known that natural oligopeptides may regulate nearly all vital processes.
Free radicals can also be generated from lipid hydroperoxides by Ni(II) in the presence of several oligopeptides (131,132).
1996) suggested the changes in taste after 3 h may also have been associated with higher concentration of oligopeptides in meat at this time.
Influenza vaccine, UV-inactivated MDCK-derived influenza virus (H5N1), or synthetic influenza (H5N1) oligopeptides were used as antigens for cell-mediated immunity.
13-15) The serological diagnosis of infection is usually made on the basis of the detection of circulating antibodies specific for viral antigens gp41, gp120 and gpl60, but despite the introduction of recombinant immunogenic oligopeptides, which improve the sensitivity and specificity of immunological tests, both false positive and false negative reactions have been reported.