tripeptide


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tripeptide

 [tri-pep´tīd]
a peptide formed from three amino acids.

tri·pep·tide

(trī-pep'tīd),
A compound containing three amino acids linked together by peptide bonds.

tripeptide

/tri·pep·tide/ (tri-pep´tīd) a peptide that on hydrolysis yields three amino acids.

tripeptide

(trī-pĕp′tīd)
n.
A peptide containing three amino acids.

tripeptide

a peptide formed from three amino acids.
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K1, MAD20, and hybrid MAD20/RO33 allotype parasites have size polymorphisms because they contain tripeptide repeats within block 2 of msp1; RO33 does not have size polymorphisms because it does not have tripeptide repeats (15).
The addition of SCAR buffer to TagMan-MGB assays on the Smart Cycler had a negative impact on assay performance, perhaps because the probe binding affinity was diminished by buffer component interaction with the MGB tripeptide.
The hypothalamus secretes thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH), a tripeptide (pyroGluHis-Pro) synthesized in the paraventricular nudeus of the hypothalamus.
Transepithelial transport of the bioactive tripeptide, Val-Pro_Pro, in human intestinal Caco-2 cell monolayers.
To achieve this objective a plasmid construct was made consisting of ELP codon sequence ligated to polylysine codon AT one end and a tripeptide (RGD) codon at the other end.
Integrin function is often inhibited by the addition of RGD because this tripeptide competes with an RGD motif in the natural extracellular integrin ligand.
These nanoparticles of surface carboxylic acid groups were then covalently linked to peptides such as the syntheric tripeptide enkephalin (1-3, Tyr-Gly-Gly), via carbodiimide coupling, to form amide bonds.
They possess RGD (arginine-glycine-aspartic acid) tripeptide sequences, which are recognised by integrins [4-6].
The molecular interaction of Fas and FAP-1: a tripeptide blocker of human Fas interaction with FAP-1 promotes Fas-induced apoptosis.
a repeating Gly-X-Y tripeptide unit in the amino acid sequence.