glutenin


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glutenin

[′glüt·ən·ən]
(biochemistry)
A glutelin of wheat.
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The SDS volume indicates the quality of wheat proteins and the higher the volume the more glutenins of high molecular weight are detected in the flour (Graybosch et al.
Gluten is a combination of two proteins, gliadin and glutenin, found in the endosperm of wheat, barley, and rye.
Devenyi analyzed the complex chemistry involved in the creation of bread, pies and cookies, explaining how two classes of proteins in gluten: glaidin and glutenin, give dough its elasticity and texture.
The effect of aldehyde as a crosslinker on the properties of glutenin rich films have been studied by Hernandez-Munoz et al.
Gluten macromolecules, consisting of the gliadin and glutenin subcomponents present critical environmental factor, while both HLA and non-HLA genes are thought to be predisposing genetic factors.
Effects of post-anthesis drought and waterlogging on accumulation of high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits and glutenin macropolymers content in wheat grain.
Wheat allergy is an IgE-mediated reaction to one of the proteins in wheat, which are albumin, globulin, gliadin, and glutenin (gluten).
Gluten is a protein composite consisting of a gliadin fraction (alcohol soluble) and a glutenin fraction (only soluble in dilute acids or alkali).
Pasting properties of transgenic lines of a commercial bread wheat expressing combinations of HMW glutenin subunit genes.
Then emmer was mated with goat grass, which has 14 chromosomes and, more important, unique glutenin genes.
Utilization of Some EST Derived SSR Markers to Detect Glutenin Gene Loci in Wheat.
In research conducted in 2005, I found that although 50% of patients react to alpha-gliadin, the other 50% react to a completely different set of antigens or peptides such as omega-gliadin, gamma-gliadin, glutenin, gluteomorphin, prodynorphin, or wheat germ agglutinin.