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  • noun Plural form of alanine.

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Examples

  • However, when two or more non-hydrophobic residues were substituted by alanines, EGFP-Irgm1 αK was distributed generally throughout the cytoplasm, overlapping neither with GM130 nor with LAMP1, and was possibly in the soluble compartment.

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  • Approximately 7% and 10% of the amino acids were built as alanines in molecule A and B (primarily at the N-terminus), respectively, due to the lack of density to accurately build the corresponding side chains.

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  • As a control, we show that replacement of these same amino acids with alanines largely retain β regulation of gating.

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  • To test this hypothesis, we replaced six consecutive amino acids in the middle of the linker with either glycine (PG6) residues to introduce flexibility, or as a positive control for charge disruptions, with alanines (PA6) to conserve a rigid structure (

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  • To test this hypothesis, we replaced six consecutive amino acids in the middle of the linker with either glycine (PG6) residues to introduce flexibility, or as a positive control for charge disruptions, with alanines (PA6) to conserve a rigid structure (

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