- n. Plural form of molecule.
“So while the heart pumps blood it also makes the same molecules: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, opiates, and what I referred to as the molecules of emotion.”
“On the ribosome, these transfer RNA molecules recognize the code words in messenger RNA for their own amino acid and, thus, the ribosome factory links the amino acids together in the sequences prescribed by the blueprints for proteins.”
“As Zachriel has pointed out, there are certain molecules that are always found in living organisms, either as structural material or carrying out particular functions (AFAWCTGTETD).”
“In addition, contact with cells by molecules from the invading organism like PAMPs (pathogen associated molecular patterns) stimulate production and release of more AMPs.”
“This last bit is made of a metal-organic framework that can apparently absorb carbon dioxide and water molecules from the air.”
“In sickle cell disease, hemoglobin molecules under certain conditions aggregate to form polymers, which in turn cause distortion of red blood cells.”
“The use of chemistry to build biologically useful molecules is a form of engineering, so I did not escape the tradition set up by my father, uncles, and brothers.”
“Hassel from Oslo for developing the concept of conformation, i.e. the spatial arrangement of atoms in molecules, which differ only by the orientation of chemical groups by rotation around”
“Dipole moments are found in molecules, in which the positive and negative charge is unevenly distributed (polar molecules).”
“Svedberg's student, Arne Tiselius, studied the migration of protein molecules in an electric field, and with this method, named electrophoresis, he demonstrated the complex nature of blood proteins.”
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