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binding site

[′bīn·diŋ ‚sīt]
(chemistry)
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Realising they had identified a process with huge commercial potential internationally the research team, led by Prof Bradwell, created the Binding Site as a commercial venture.
Requirement of the Sp1 binding site for activation of the bovine Nanog proximal promoter
Data from laboratories running Optilite show 40% faster processing of complex protein assays compared to other special protein analyzers on the market, Binding Site said.
Ni and Ki are number of binding sites, and binding constant of the i class of binding site, CL,0 and CP,0 are the original concentration of zinc ion and HSA .
To explore the ZE2 binding site on E2, fifteen peptide fragments were synthesized, which were based on the genotype 1a E2 amino acid sequence and secondary structure (table 1).
Mr de Rohan is the CEO of The Binding Site, the Edgbaston-based manufacturer of immunodiagnostic products, which has over 400 employees at its Birmingham headquarters, and a global turnover in excess of PS60 million.
Previously, scientists hadn't thought that an antibody could dock at such a small binding site.
The location of the C8[gamma] binding site within the MACPF of C8[alpha] was suggested from a comparative analysis of MACPF sequences in C6, C7, C8[alpha], C8[beta], and C9.
The localization of the binding site for these uptake blockers and their relationship to the dopamine translocation pathway is unknown.
And a single binding site within a single polymer means that the good imprints can be separated from the bad much more efficiently.
As the organic pollutant is metabolized, the binding site to which it was attached again becomes available to strip additional VOC molecules from the incoming air stream.