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  • noun Plural form of cysteine.

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  • The same thing is true at the molecular level, where amino acids known as cysteines are much more vulnerable to damage when single than when paired up with other cysteines.

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  • The same thing is true at the molecular level, where amino acids known as cysteines are much more vulnerable to damage when single than when paired up with other cysteines.

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  • The same thing is true at the molecular level, where amino acids known as cysteines are much more vulnerable to damage when single than when paired up with other cysteines.

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  • The same thing is true at the molecular level, where amino acids known as cysteines are much more vulnerable to damage when single than when paired up with other cysteines.

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  • Association with the inner leaflet of the plasma membrane also requires a polybasic domain proximal to the lipid modified cysteines

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  • Hamashima says that the target enzyme has a domain, close to chaetocin's binding site, which is full of amino acids called cysteines.

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  • Mature CC-PLA2-1 and CC-PLA2-2 contain 121 and 120 amino acids, respectively, including 14 cysteines each and showed 83 % identity.

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  • A putative glycosylation site is underlined and cysteines are in black shading.

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  • The most frequently acylated residues within proteins are lysines (as in histone N-acetylation) and cysteines (as in protein S-palmitoylation); serines seem to be seldom acylated.

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  • The most frequently acylated residues within proteins are lysines (as in histone N-acetylation) and cysteines (as in protein S-palmitoylation); serines seem to be seldom acylated.

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