- n. Plural form of protein.
“Interestingly, a form of splicing during transcription enables multiple variants in proteins from a single gene.”
“Nature excels at this game: every one of the many millions of natural proteins is assembled from an inventory of just 20 amino acids.”
“The story of how proteins are made between the two large subunits of the ribosome, consisting of long RNA chains and about fifty proteins, is therefore a tale of the existential basis of our civilisation.”
“Having a suite of standard, go-to, memorized recipes for fruits and vegetables, grains and proteins, is critical.”
“Researchers have speculated that breast milk may protect infants against infection by passing immune-system proteins from the mother to the child.”
“This Demonstration lets you select two proteins from the drop-down lists to see the dot plot comparing their amino acid sequences.”
“As this visualization tool is fully interactive, it is easy to select two proteins from the drop-down lists to visually compare their amino acid sequences.”
“(Clue: There is a reason why the paper is titled, Functional proteins from a random-sequence library.)”
“Allergy shots, now as then, contain proteins extracted from the substances that cause allergic reactions — so-called "allergens," such as grass pollen and cat dander.”
“The range of applications of the fluorescent proteins is beyond imagination.”
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"Any of numerous natural and synthetic compounds of usually high molecular weight consisting of up to millions of repeated linked units, each a relatively light and simple molecule."
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