glycin


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glycin

[′glī·sən]
(organic chemistry)
C8H9NO3 A crystalline compound that forms shiny leaflets from water solution, melts at 245-247°C, and is soluble in alkalies and mineral acids; used as a photographic developer and in the analytical determination of iron, phosphorus, and silicon. Also known as photoglycine.
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They then added the products glycin and alanin to another system, that generated again two new biomolecules.
(76) For example, knockdown of TTLL3 tubulin glycin ligase results in shortening of cilia in Tetrahymena.
In yeast [beta]-tubulin, replacement of K19 and D26 by alanin and glycin respectively reduce the methylene groups that interact with the C3'-benzamidophenyl ring.
Co-inoculation dose and root zone temperature for plant growth promoting rhizobacteria on soybean (Glycin max L.) growth in soil-less media.
The enzyme in the supernatants and 0.5% triton X-100-released enzyme were incubated with p-nitrophenyl-N-acetyl-[beta]-D-gIuco-samide (Sigma-Aldrich Tokyo, Japan) in 0.04 M sodium citrate, and the reaction was stopped using 0.2 M glycin adjusted to pH 10.0 with NaOH.
Goodrich/Noveon) 0.60 (Acrylates/C-10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspoly mer) Phase B Glycerin 3.50 Preservative qs Phase C NaOH 10% qs (Sodium hydroxide) Phase D Pepha Tight (Pentapharm, CH) 4.00 (Algae extract (and) pullulan) Regu-Shape (Pentapharm,CH) 2.00 (Isomerized linoleic acid, lecithin, polysor bate 80) Regu-Age (Pentapharm, CH 2.00 (Hydrolyzed rice bran protein (and) glycin soja (soybean) protein (and) oxido reductases) Abil B 88183 (Degussa/Goldschmidt) 0.50 (PEG/PPG-20/6 Dimethicone) PROCEDURE: Disperse Pemulen TR-1 in phase A.
Tenders are invited for Inj Each 100 Ml Contains Glycin 1.5 Gm Jar Of 3000 Ml