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  • n. Plural form of kilodalton.

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  • The isoform that comprises the majority of human growth hormone weighs 22 kilodaltons, and another form that makes up a smaller portion weighs 20 kilodaltons.

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  • PAA - polyacrylamide. kD - kilodaltons. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0009248.g001

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  • Koudelka quickly determined that the virus had an affinity for a protein weighing 54 kilodaltons (kD) - the standard unit of measurements for proteins-found on endothelial and other types of cells.

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  • Apo-TgAaaH 1&2 encode the full length wildtype protein expressed in preliminary trials as a 6×His-recombinant protein of 601 amino acids (a.a.) and 66.5 kilodaltons (kDa), with the predicted signal peptide shown in black.

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  • The synthetic M. genitalium has a molecular weight of 360,110 kilodaltons (kDa).

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  • c. kDa, kilodaltons. (e) Quantitative RT-PCR of IFN-β mRNA among total RNA from the BMMs in

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