dimerization


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dimerization

[‚dī·mər·ə′zā·shən]
(chemistry)
A chemical reaction in which two identical molecular entities react to form a single dimer.
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There have been reports about dimerization equilibrium processes of MV+* [9,15-16,19,24] as well as of MV [25].
2015) Extracellular disulfide bridges stabilize TRPC5 dimerization, trafficking, and activity.
However, the existence of one or more different dimerization domains has not been excluded (42) and it has been proposed that [F.
Phosphorylation of ER[alpha] plays a critical role in gene transcription by enhancing ligand binding to ER, nuclear localization, dimerization, DNA binding, and coactivator recruitment (Al-Dhaheri and Rowan 2006; Lannigan 2003; Murphy et al.
4] The understanding that the steroid-binding and dimerization domains of human SHBG are situated within its amino-terminal LG-like domain urged us to crystallize this region of the molecule in a complex with DHT.
Channel formation by yeast F-ATP synthase and the role of dimerization in the mitochondrial permeability transition," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Pertuzumab is the first in a new class HER2 dimerization inhibitor.
Simulation of differential pulse voltammogram of 2-[35-bis(11-dimethylethyl)-4-oxo-25-cyclohexadien-1-ylidene]acetonitrile was attempted using diagnostic criteria for dimerization following its electrochemical reduction at platinum cathode in acetonitrile.
Electrochemical oxidation of acetaminophen in aqueous solution: kinetic evaluation of hydrolysis, hydroxylation and dimerization processes.
Binding of VEGF to the KDR leads to KDR dimerization, activation and autophosphorylation of the intracytoplasmic domains in specific tyrosine residues.
The first four exons encode the signal peptide, dimerization site, VEGF receptors (VEGF-R1 and VEGF-R2) recognition site and glycosylation site.