Incorporation of pentamers
results in closer trimer contacts and induces acute surface curvature.
72) One important feature of galectin-3 is its ability to form small clusters of galectin-3 molecules bound together in pentamers
The capsid of the virus comprises primarily 72 pentamers
of the major coat protein, VP1.
IgM antibodies, being pentamers
, are efficient agglutinins; with five antigen-binding sites, they can bridge this distance.
Procyanidin trimers to pentamers
fractionated from apple inhibit melanogenesis in B16 mouse melanoma cells.
Previous research has shown that the cone-shaped shell is composed of identical capsid proteins linked together in a complex lattice of about 200 hexamers and 12 pentamers
Hong, "Generation of pronounced Fano resonances and tuning of subwavelength spatial light distribution in plasmonic pentamers
Cranberry PACs consist of predominantly procyanidin pentamers
and tetramers, which contain at least one A-type linkage.
Thus in vivo the formation of B pentamers
was found to be aided by the presence of cholera toxin A-subunits (28), suggesting that the A-subunit may act as a nucleation center for holotoxin assembly in the periplasm.
Therefore, the different degrees of dissociation of CRP pentamers
in the analyzed materials may result from differences in the concentration of calcium.
The caja flowers are hermaphrodite, diclamidious, pentamers
and diplostemonous, grouped in terminal inflorescence.
The functional capabilities of individual receptor subunits influence the quality of signaling in different parts of the brain through formation of specific pentamers
that display characteristic influence through release of neurotransmitters (Hevers and Luddens, 1998).