Definitions

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  • n. Any of a family of plasma glycoproteins, secreted from the liver into the bloodstream

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Examples

  • The scientists created a top layer of gold on the silicon track, and then deposited the sialic-acid-containing fetuin on selected lithographic micropatterns to compel the desired movement of the bacteria.

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  • M. mobile cells require sialic proteins (in this case, fetuin was used) to glide over solid surfaces.

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  • To prepare the bacterial-propulsion units, the team used a strain of the fast-crawling bacterium Mycoplasma mobile that was genetically engineered to crawl only on a carpet of certain proteins, including one called fetuin.

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  • The researchers laid down fetuin within the circular groove and coated the rotor with a protein called streptavidin.

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  • In this study, we tested the hypothesis that overexpression of fetuin-A in

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  • One of them is fetuin-A, a 60-kDa glycoprotein synthesized in the liver and secreted into blood.

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  • Delivery of an expression construct containing full-length mouse fetuin-A complementary DNA (cDNA), linked to a His-tag, to the liver of these mice resulted in elevated serum levels of this protein.

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  • The purified RNase B (Sigma) was used as a positive control in parallel in the N-deglycosylation experiment and the purified bovine fetuin (Sigma) as a positive control in the O-deglycosylation experiment.

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  • Bhoyroo VD (1974) Structure of the O-glycosidically linked carbohydrate units of fetuin.

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  • Vitamin D binding protein precursor (DBP), alpha-1 acid glycoprotein, alpha-1B glycoprotein, fetuin, and serine proteinase inhibitor were identified in both infections.

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