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tetrameric

 [tet″rah-mer´ik]
having four parts.

tet·ra·mer·ic

, tetramerous (tet'ră-mer'ik, tĕ-tram'ĕ-rŭs),
Having four parts, or parts arranged in groups of four, or capable of existing in four forms.
[tetra- + G. meros, part]

tetrameric

/tet·ra·mer·ic/ (tet″rah-mer´ik) having four parts.

tet·ra·mer·ic

, tetramerous (tet'ră-mer'ik, tĕ-tram'ĕr-ŭs)
Having four parts, or parts arranged in groups of four, or capable of existing in four forms.
[tetra- + G. meros, part]

tetrameric

having four parts.
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The molecular structures of these coupled molecules are marked in the register as Y tetrameric hq, 2XZ trimeric qq, and X tetrameric hq O.
Human PRL is, however, found to be heterogenous in molecular size--the other forms mainly include the big PRL with a molecular weight of approximately 50 kDa and the tetrameric big-big form with a molecular weight greater than 150 kDa (1, 2).
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The hemoglobin molecule is described as tetrameric in that it is composed of four like subunits, each containing one globin chain, one protoporphyrin ring, and one iron atom.
Tryptophan Synthase (TS) in a bi-functional, tetrameric, and pyridoxal-5'-phosphate (PLP) dependant enzyme that catalyzes the last two steps in the biosynthesis of L-tryptophan.
M and H, they combine randomly to form tetrameric structures.