- adj. Of or pertaining to a conformation
“One strategy was to target the dye to the vicinity of sodium channels, which were believed to undergo large conformational changes as they generated action potentials.”
“As the authors write, "we hypothesized that human spatial reasoning could improve both the sampling of conformational space and the determination of when to pursue suboptimal conformations if the [random elements of current algorithms] were replaced with human decision making while retaining the deterministic Rosetta algorithms as [tools for players].”
“These conformational modifications might lead to large glycoprotein complex formation and enhanced allergenicity.”
“Figure 2 Schematic representation of the arrangement of the drive elements MotAB to the hollow motor shaft A and sketch to explain how a conformational change is converted into MotAB in a rotational movement of the motor shaft.”
“MotAB part of the complex is a proton channel, which converts the energy of the proton in a conformational change of MotA.”
“To act as enzymes, for example, proteins require specific amino acid sequences that result in specific foldings and conformational arrangements, the end product providing a "docking" site whose interaction with a transition state entity catalyzes a particular reaction.”
“Studying anesthetic gas mechanisms, he focused on how quantum effects control protein conformational dynamics.”
“Perhaps it is just a reflection of my conformational bias and we are all guilty of that sin but I came away with a distinct flavor viz. the arguments on both sides. while there was no dearth of stupid commentary on either side.”
“Note that these conformational observations are purely technical; it is equally correct to point out that she is a fabulously beautiful copper-bright showjumper mare.”
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