his·ti·dyl (His-),

The acyl radical of histidine.
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(His-) (his'ti-dil)
The acyl radical of histidine.
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aTyr is focused on the therapeutic translation of the Resokine pathway, comprised of extracellular proteins derived from the histidyl tRNA synthetase gene family.
Cadmium has affinity for hydroxyl, carboxyl, phosphatidyl, cysteinyl and histidyl side chain groups of proteins, purines and porphyrins, and may interfere in different metabolic processes including oxidative phosphorylation pathways [8].
The most common is Jo-1 (histidyl) (15%-30% prevalence), followed by PL-7 (threonyl) and PL-12 (alanyl), with a prevalence of 5% to 10%, followed by EJ (glycyl), OJ (isoleucyl), KS (asparaginyl), Zo (phenylalanyl), and YRS (tyrosyl) (all with prevalences of 1%-5%).
Shilpa, "Interaction of DNA with small molecules: Role of copper histidyl peptide complexes in DNA binding and hydrolytic cleavage," Indian Journal of Chemistry --Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Kasprzak, "Generation of free radicals from model lipid hydroperoxides and H2O2 by Co(II) in the presence of cysteinyl and histidyl chelators," Chemical Research in Toxicology, vol.
Kostic, "Effects of linkage isomerism and of acid-base equilibria on reactivity and catalytic turnover in hydrolytic cleavage of histidyl peptides coordinated to palladium(II).
Mutations in mitochondrial histidyl tRNA synthetase HARS2 cause ovarian dysgenesis and sensorineural hearing loss of Perrault syndrome.
Detection, characterisation, and quantification of carnosine and other histidyl derivatives in cardiac and skeletal muscle.
These intermediates cross-link with histidyl residues of cuticular proteins and chitin, hardening the exoskeletons (Xu et al.
(32) Both carnosine and anserine are antioxidative histidyl dipeptides and the most abundant antioxidants in meat.
The sequencing of albumin-adduct tryptic peptides and the analysis of pronase/amino peptidase digests demonstrated that lysyl, cysteinyl, and histidyl residues are involved in the formation of these adducts.
The ND3/ND4 region begins in the glycyl tRNA gene and spans the NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-3, arginyl tRNA, NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-4L, and NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-4 genes, ending in the histidyl tRNA gene.