complete protein

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complete protein

A popular term for any protein that contains all of the essential amino acids.
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complete protein

A protein containing all the essential amino acids.
See also: protein
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AbboMax offers: Phosphospecific PINK1 (pT257) (#630-450), Phosphospecific Parkin (pS65) (#630-420); Paired PINK1 (T257) (#630-460), Paired Parkin (S65) (#630-430); Whole protein: PINK1 (#630-470) and Parkin (#630-440).
Halo uses real WHOLE protein and no "meat meal," like "chicken meal" or "fish meal." All cans are BPA free and have no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
'The whole protein market, which is swine and chicken, is really expanding and the requirement for bread is also expanding so there is good demand.
The report also found that low quality processed foods currently make up a third of the average Australian adult's protein intake, instead of whole protein sources such as dairy, legumes and fish, which the authors explained were favourable for sustaining fat loss.
It appears to be similar to F1, but there are two differences: (1) for F2, the sum of squared length of SARs is computed for every window of size 6 instead of a whole protein sequence, and (2) the maximum of the sum of squared length of SARs in a window is selected for F2.
The genetic distance of the strains based on whole protein profiles of E.
The thought was, that if you can specifically trap a whole protein between a pair of electrodes, you would have a label-free electronic reader."
The whole protein of the tissues was extracted with a protein extraction kit (C1053; Applygen Technologies, Beijing, China), according to the manufacturer's instruction.
Newly emerging, tiny aquatic plants--including Mankhai from Hinoman and Lentein from Parabel--are sustainable whole protein sources that can grow rapidly in all weather conditions, year-round, while requiring little water and no land.
Unlike in-gel digestion, in which some peptides never leave the gel, the whole protein sample is electrophoresed into the elution modules.