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- n. Any glycoside of maltose, but especially any of a class of such alkyl glycosides that are used as specialized detergents
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In organic chemistry, the name of a class of compounds which are both intramolecular anhydrids and ethers. They are formed from alcohols and maltose by the action of hydrochloric acid, closely resemble the corresponding glucosides from glucose, and are hydrolyzed by certain enzyms.
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The primary species of bound UCB in our models were: undissociated diacid for phosphatidylcholine, dianion for dodecyl maltoside micelles and cyclodextrins, and both monoanions and dianion for sodium taurocholate.
Thylakoid membranes were isolated and solubilized with mild detergent (dodecyl maltoside, with a 15: 1 detergent to Chl ratio).
After washing with 2 mM dodecyl maltoside to remove any of the remaining phycobilisomes, the membranes were washed twice and resuspended in the thylakoid buffer to a Chl concentration of 1 mg ml
To fractionate the membrane protein complexes, a solution of 10% (the percentage (%) of a solution is calculated as weight to volume (w/v) unless otherwise indicated) dodecyl maltoside was added to the thylakoid membranes to achieve a detergent-to-Chl ratio of 15: 1.
Approximately, 200 µg of mitochondrial protein was solubilized in RIPA buffer containing 1\% lauryl maltoside
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