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renaturation

[rē‚nach·ə′rā·shən]
(biochemistry)
The process of restoring denatured proteins to their original condition.
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Despite the optimization of the expression conditions for pearlin, it was mainly expressed in the form of inclusion bodies that needed to be solubilized in harsh conditions; renaturation and affinity purification were then used to obtain the physiologically active protein.
Till now, isolation and renaturation of inclusion bodies remains the solution for active reteplase production.
Lacks SA, Springhorn SS (1980) Renaturation of enzymes after polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate.
3 showed that the a-amylase activity was increased apparently when dextrin was carbon source on the condition of renaturation after SDS denaturation, and the a-amylase activity by dextrin with higher DE was higher than by dextrin with lower DE.
sustainable use of biological diversity and ecological components; P2 works of art and P2 The length channels, Mayors, field engineering, roads, surface slopes measurements, the viaduct, bridge, reinforced with an works minutes of canals, building and civil engineering receiving the retaining walls for the number of polders, papers, reports slopes, lakes the number and surface on project status forming strategic reservoirs, land surface flood areas, to arranged for ensure water uses renaturation the river and reduce the risk of floods.
Renaturation and tumor necrosis factor-cr stimulation of a 97-kDa ceramide-activated protein kinase.
1988) Effect of glycosylation on the mechanism of renaturation of invertase from yeast.
60 tar basins / storage Sattelstadt area Case site Current use Proposed use A--ROTASYM, Possneck none / demolition trade B--WGT-Site Forst, none / vacancy / ecological compen- Jena demolition sation area for highway extension C--WGT-Site Fuel Depot, Jena underused trade trade D--Weimar-Factory, vacancy / demolition trade Bad Lobenstein E--Freight Station, 95 % vacancy / mixed use area / Sonneberg temporary use of temporary use as engine-house an urban park F--Tar Basins, partially storage renaturation Sattelstadt area Table 5.
Being large infrastructure works (channals, sometimes renaturation of wetlands, relocate or change the shape/ orientation of dikes), local citizens must not only be consulted but directly involved in the design drawings for space planning.
Ongoing renaturation and flooding of the pit holes during past decades created a highly valuable recreational area with artificial lakes and surrounding meadows and forest (www.