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binuclear

[bī′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having two nuclei.
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They were small with dense granular cytoplasm, often binuclear in immediate proximity to portal tracts.
The active site called H-cluster is composed of a binuclear Fe-Fe center and a [4Fe-4S] cluster, both of which are held by a Cys thiolate of the large subunit, and is buried deep in the center of the protein.
Solo se presento una excepcion: la motivacion por encontrar un balance entre los adultos presente en el sistema binuclear fue mencionada solamente por mujeres que ya habian sido madres al momento de la entrevista.
3 (a,b) MBN: micronucleated binuclear cells; BNC: binuclear cells.
In our present work, a macrocyclic binuclear monometallic copper complex has been synthesized and is ionically bonded to the zirconium pillared montmorillonite clay through ion exchange.
All interaction between tyrosinase and its substrates are suggested to take place at the binuclear copper site.
Factores: a) Sexo, con dos niveles: hombre o mujer y b) tipo de familia, con cuatro niveles: nuclear, monoparental, compleja, binuclear.
In this sense, the regular, cylindrical, and hexagonally ordered pores around 80 [Angstrom] of SiSBA support (see Table 1) may suppress the formation of inactive binuclear complexes between metallocenes resulting in stable active sites with high activity in ethylene polymerization, as it is exhibited by CAT-SiSBA [27].
Ahrons has helped us to move beyond the guilt and confusion of losing our nuclear families by encouraging us to rebuild binuclear ones.
6 kDa containing an independent binuclear iron cluster.
The model suggests that proteolytic cleavage, conformational change, or both could open an entrance for larger phenolic substances into the binuclear copper-oxygen binding pocket.
Abnormal binuclear, tetranuclear cells, large cells with large nuclei, and giant cells with giant nuclei were observed in the meristem zones of the root apices.