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- noun Of, pertaining to, or consisting of macromolecules.
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- adjective Of or relating to a
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- adjective relating to or consisting of or characterized by macromolecules
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[TS] Well, I found the most exciting thing about the ribosome was seeing a structure, seeing a large macromolecular assembly that I had no idea what it would look like.
[AS] And what for you is the particular joy of trying to unravel these large macromolecular structures?
The analysis of macromolecular constituents in living organisms requires specialized methods of separation.
In 1953 he received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry "for his discoveries in the field of macromolecular chemistry".
About macromolecular X-ray chrystallography: www-structmed. cimr.cam.ac.uk
I wanted to explore signals transmitted through more complex biochemicals such as cAMP (cyclic 3',5-adenosine monophosphate) and the wider, more fashionable world of macromolecular interactions.
Hughes 2008 Coordinating assembly of a bacterial macromolecular machine.
This implies that some initial coding assignments were made by interaction with macromolecular RNA-like molecules, and have survived.
He emphasizes that agency and behavior at the macromolecular level are non-conscious and clearly preceded Cambrian multicellular organisms.
It has been argued that, given the importance of the discovery of macromolecular mechanisms throughout the history of molecular biology, a philosophical focus on mechanisms generates the clearest picture of its history, of its concepts, and of the cases from its past utilized by philosophers of science.