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glycyl

[′glī·səl]
(organic chemistry)
NH2CH2COO‒ or NHCH2COO= The radical from glycine, NH2CH2COOH; found in peptides.
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L272R) variant of unknown significance (VUS) in the glycyl tRNA synthetase (GARS) gene was also confirmed.
Additionally, SizeOn contains vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, and potassium, pterostilbene, BCAAs, sodium glycerophosphate, calcium glycerophosphate, potassium glycerophosphate, and the amino acids L-taurine, L-alanyl-Lglutamine, and magnesium glycyl glutamine.
The double basic amino acid motif, -KK, is removed by propeptide convertase and the resulting C-terminal glycyl (G) residue serves as an amide donor through the action of amidating enzyme complex.
(31) Studies on both kidney and vascular endothelial cells show as little as one glycyl moiety per molecule was sufficient to dramatically increase the toxicity of albumin; therefore, for industrial and biomedical cell culture applications the presence of carbohydrate adducts appears to be undesirable.
and Shetty A.N., 2006, "Glycyl Glycine as corrosion inhibitor for aluminium silicon carbide composites in hydrochloric acid", Transactions of the SAEST, 41, pp.01-04.
The aminoacid sequence in the glycyl chain of insulin.
"We launched magnesium creatine and magnesium glycyl glutamine, which have been very well received in the area of sports nutrition," Mr.
The ND3/ND4 region begins in the glycyl tRNA gene and spans the NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-3, arginyl tRNA, NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-4L, and NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-4 genes, ending in the histidyl tRNA gene.
2002), and the glycyl tRNA synthetase gene (GARS) (Antonellis et al.
Some amino acid solutions available today contain a tyrosine derivative, but it has very poor bioavailability Interest now is focused upon glycyl tyrosine, a much more soluble and bioavailable product.
A prerequisite for the formation of the triple helix is the occurrence of a glycyl residue in every third position along the chain, i.e., a repeating Gly-X-Y tripeptide unit in the amino acid sequence.