Expression, purification and renaturation
of truncated human integrin b1 from inclusion bodies of Escherichia coli.
Cloning, expression, and renaturation
studies of reteplase.
after denaturation, it is found that the a-amylase activity with higher DE dextrin as carbon source was still higher than that of lower DE dextrin.
Brown coal surface-mining sites of the former German Democratic Republic undergo extensive renaturation
, thus providing new biotopes for many plant and animal species, including ticks.
Fusing DNA Strands: If the heated solution is cooled down, the separated strands fuse within the hydrogen bonds (this cooling down must be done slowly so that the corresponding complementary bases have enough time to find each other), called renaturation
The potential damaging effects of reactive oxygen species can be partially reversed by molecular chaperones, such as heat shock protein 27 (Hsp27) that may be involved in a process of protein renaturation
(Ferns et al.
Zinc in p53 structural stabilization and functional activation: Zinc has been shown to be responsible for the functional conformation of the tumour suppressor p53 protein (52) and the addition of the physiologic zinc concentrations was seen to mediate the renaturation
of wild type p53 (53).
Etude phytosociologique, diagnostic de naturalite et proposition de renaturation
At a low concentration of primers or in their absence, there is an equal probability of formation of homo or heteroduplexes upon renaturation
This will have to remain in the realm of prediction, as I cannot find any reference to the blackbody radiation spectrum of folding simple proteins as the temperature falls below the renaturation
Characterisation of the wheat genome by renaturation
Their functions, based on amino acid sequences, have been proposed to include: renaturation
of unfolded proteins, protection of proteins from denaturing, protection of membranes, and sequestration of ions (Bray, 1993).