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  • n. Plural form of glycine.

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Examples

  • The importance of these glycines were given by the fact that they were sweeteners.

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  • At present there is a great interest in Brazil in the use of these glycines as non-calorific sweeteners, both in foodstuffs and medicine.

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  • The room which I occupy is on the second floor: it is a room with two windows, one of which is almost blocked by a screen of climbing glycines.

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  • The boxed area shows signals from glycines in Sup35NM.

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  • The disease, caused by the nematode Heterodera glycines, can be a problem anywhere, but has been found more frequently near waterways.

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  • Heterodera glycines, can be a problem anywhere, but has been found more frequently near waterways.

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  • Finally, an amino acid sequence alignment between various RecA family proteins revealed that the equivalent amino acids to Arg72 in other aracheal RadA proteins or in eukaryotic Rad51 and Dmc1 were glycines, including Gly143 of yeast Rad51.

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  • One such foe, the soybean cyst nematode Heterodera glycines, costs soybean farmers $1 billion annually in crop losses and chemical controls.

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  • < 27, 29-33 > the enzyme preferentially hy - droxylates proline residues preceding glycines in (X-Y-Gly) n peptides.

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