relative molecular mass


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relative molecular mass

[′rel·əd·iv mə′lek·yə·lər ′mas]
(chemistry)
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One may speculate that spot changes at lower relative molecular masses may derive from intact proteins of a higher relative molecular mass and that the change in amount is a result of proteolytic degradation upon death.
It is noteworthy, however, that the control [kappa] light chain did not show any salt-dependent changes in relative molecular mass, unlike the cryo protein.
Size-exclusion chromatography, even in its highest resolution forms, generally has difficulty separating proteins of similar relative molecular mass ([M.

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