microheterogeneity


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microheterogeneity

[‚mī·krō‚hed·ə·rə·jə′nē·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
A small variation in the chemical structure of a molecule that does not result in a significant change in properties.
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1981) Characterization of the microheterogeneity in glycoproteins by 500 MHz [sup.
However, several factors, such as biological and individual variability as well as the structural microheterogeneity of these polypeptides, are far from being completely understood, and differences in epitope recognition have not revealed clear differences in clinical performance as evaluated by ROC analyses (2).
The large peaks in tan [delta] curve referent to [beta] transition as well as the absence of a definition of the peak reveal the microheterogeneity of the blends and existence of some interactions between phases.
A minireview of microheterogeneity in H1 histone and its possible significance.
Molecular microheterogeneity of prostate specific antigen in seminal fluid by mass spectrometry.
Since, the complete structural analysis of lipid A is a complicated task, so exact location of the specific fatty acyl chains and identification of any microheterogeneity needs further investigations.
P2, the shorter protein, displayed microheterogeneity and was found in three forms with an almost identical amino acid composition.
Microheterogeneity of erythropoietin carbohydrate structure.
Among their topics are screening newborns for cystic fibrosis, cystic fibrosis and respiratory viral infections, neutrophil elastase-mediated modulation of pathophysiology in cystic fibrosis lung disease, genotype heterogeneity of the molecular basis of cystic fibrosis as the paradigm of Lithuanian population genetic testing, serum transferrin microheterogeneity in cystic fibrosis, recommendation for good practice and analytical criteria of the methods used in the sweat test, ocular surface changes in patients with cystic fibrosis, and managing arthritis related to cystic fibrosis.
The primary amino acid sequence of the FSH[beta] subunit was earlier determined from human pituitary glands, and consists of 118 amino acid residues with a predominant proportion of molecules having 108 residues due to microheterogeneity at the N[H.