- n. Plural form of macromolecule.
“By analogy, the theta temperature for macromolecules is often referred to as the Flory temperature.”
“macromolecules", reports on their reactivity, structure, and chemistry still remain the purview of biology and biochemistry.”
“Variability in surface proteins is advantageous in extending the range of specific cell-cell attachments for transfer of DNA and other macromolecules.”
“The study of biological systems may become more dominant and move from individual macromolecules to large interactive systems, for example, in chemical signaling and in neural function, including the brain.”
“Many Nobel Prizes have been awarded for the determination of the structure of biological macromolecules (proteins and nucleic acids).”
“Flory carried out fundamental theoretical as well as experimental investigations of the physical chemistry of macromolecules, but his work also led to such important polymers as nylon and synthetic rubber.”
“The pioneering studies of these three investigators form the basis for the enormous number of new crystal structures of biological macromolecules, which have been published in the second half of the 20th century”
“Collaborating with the biochemist Edward Tatum at Stanford University in California, Beadle discovered that genes carried instructions to build proteins—complex, multidimensional macromolecules that were the workhorses of the cell.”
“This hypothesis has been fruitful, leading to the discovery of extrasolar macromolecules, extrasolar planets and advances in abiogenetics.”
“There's nothing inherently teleological about believing that the universe * naturally* organizes itself into stars and galaxies, elements and macromolecules.”
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