globular protein


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globular protein

[′gläb·yə·lər ′prō‚tēn]
(biochemistry)
Any protein that is readily soluble in aqueous solvents.
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As determined from the calibration curve obtained with globular protein standards, the expected adjusted [V.
Other unordered regions connecting helices A and B, B and C, C and D, and D and E were not recognized by the mAbs; this is different from what is known for globular proteins, for which antigenicity is often associated with loop regions connecting elements of regular secondary structure.
Several globular proteins, including gluten [82], corn protein [44], soy protein [50], and whey protein [83] etc.
Binding (non-covalent) and grafting (covalent) methods make it possible to attach globular proteins to polymer surfaces.
The BIAPD can be used in conjunction with Brookhaven's ZetaPALS instruments to take measurements of small globular proteins, micelles, microemulsions, superfine inorganic oxides, metal particles and hydrated salt ions.
Just as it is difficult to thread a needle with tightly bunched-up string, it is difficult for globular proteins to pass through membranes.
Their topics include what a polymer molecule looks like, polymers in nature, the physics of high elasticity, globular proteins and folding, the dynamics of polymer fluids, and the mathematics of fractals as complicated polymer structures.
We all know that whey protein is a mixture of globular proteins isolated from whey, the liquid material created as a byproduct of cheese production.