Making words from the letters is a bit complicated: In a microwell -- like a miniature version of a whack-a-mole but with 384 mole holes -- each well contains oligopeptides
with varying masses.
smaller than 3kDa were separated by ultrafiltration from alcalase hydrolysate of Perilla crude protein.
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matrices support mammalian cell attachment," Biomaterials, vol.
HPLC with diode array detection of eluting compounds from a size exclusion column was used to discriminate molecules from amino acids through oligopeptides
The presence of remnant oligopeptides
or small protein fragments in DPNR and the nearly complete removal of proteins by surfactant washing could be assessed indirectly by measuring the resistance to thermal oxidative aging represented in terms of plasticity retention index (PRI).
However, a few particular polypeptides and oligopeptides
with different bioactive properties in vitro have already been identified in Cucurbitaceae seed proteins (Table 2).
[sup] The scaffold produced degradation products in vivo that included near-neutral oligopeptides
and amino acid molecules or underwent further degradation to carbon dioxide and water, which are all nontoxic to the human body.
1993 "Di-tripeptides and oligopeptides
are taken up via distinct transport mechanisms in Lactococcus lactis." J.
Corn steep liquor is an agricultural by-product of maize gluten which is a cheap and organic nitrogen source that rich in amino acids, oligopeptides
, vitamins and nucleotides .
ameliorate cognition deficit and attenuate brain senescence in D-galactose-induced aging mice.
Data obtained from these experiments indicate that supplementary sources of nitrogen in the form of aminoacids (glutamine) and oligopeptides
(casein hydrolysate) appear to be necessary for micropropagation of salicornias along with explants with at least three nodes.
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