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tetramer

(te′tră-mĕr) [ tetra- + -mer]
A structure such as a molecule or a polymer made of four structural subunits.
tetrameric (te″tră-mer′ik), adjectivetetramerous (tĕ-tram′ĕ-rŭs)
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In addition, excess alpha or beta globin chains form unstable tetramers that cause hemolysis.
aeruginosa dihydropyrimidinase tetramer. An asymmetric unit contains four crystallographically independent P.
iTAG[TM] HLA-A2/Mart-1 Tetramer, iTAG HLA-A2/HIV Tetramer HIV, iTAG [K.sub.b]/OV, and iTAG Db/GagL Tetramer were purchased from Beckman Coulter.
Other example queries for tetramers are used in the context of Influenza A virus and associated MHC alleles.
Dinitrogenase, also referred to be MoFe protein or component 1, which is a 220 to 240 kDa tetramer of the nifD and nfK gene products.
(26) On the other hand, MacKinnon and his group analyzed the structure of a bacterial [K.sup.+] channel, KcsA, with two transmembrane helices and a tetramer structure, by X-ray crystallography and clearly elucidated the [K.sup.+]-selective mechanism.
Reaction of 8-(dimethyl amino) naphthyl lithium with CuBr in diethyl either was carried out by Erik [7] and a tetramer copper complex was obtained.
This form of hemoglobin cannot bind oxygen, and it increases the oxygen affinity of the other heme groups within the hemoglobin tetramer. Consequently, methemoglobin causes cyanosis and impairs oxygen delivery to tissues.
The tetramer structure is composed of a dimer of dimers that can be represented by an A-B/B-A symmetry (Fig.
Cells were incubated with major histocompatibility class II tetramers containing an immunodominant peptide epitope of HKx31 (nucleoprotein, I-[A.sup.b]/[NP.sub.311-325]; NIH Tetramer Core Facility, http: //tetramer.yerkes.emory.edu/).
9, bound for South Korea with a cargo of propylene tetramer, a petroleum additive.
The tetramer was measured by single-crystal X- ray diffraction, FT-IR spectroscopy and UV/Vis spectroscopy.