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metalloprotein

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  • noun biochemistry a protein, such as haemoglobin or chlorophyll, that contains a metal atom as a cofactor

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  • The team's strategy broadens the arena of NMR samples and is applicable to any diamagnetic metalloprotein-those proteins that create a magnetic field in opposition to an externally applied magnetic field.

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  • The team's strategy broadens the arena of NMR samples and is applicable to any diamagnetic metalloprotein-those proteins that create a magnetic field in opposition to an externally applied magnetic field.

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  • The tetrameric metalloprotein hemoglobin is a good illustration of the quartenarys tructure.

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  • And yet the extent to which this molecular metalloprotein team works at the cellular level is not known because the numbers, amounts and types of metal-containing proteins in any organism have remained something of a mystery.

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  • The tetrameric metalloprotein hemoglobin is a good illustration of the quaternarys tructure.

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  • Hemoglobin / Haemoglobin (Hb) The iron-containing oxygen-transport metalloprotein in the red blood cells of the blood in vertebrates, consisting of about 6 percent heme and 94 percent globin.

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  • Hemoglobin is a protein (metalloprotein) inside the red blood cells that contains iron and transports oxygen ...

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  • Lu's research group, including lead author Natasha Yeung, and collaborators at the University of Illinois and at Brookhaven National Laboratory, are among the first to design a protein that mimics both the structure and the function of a metalloprotein.

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  • Each red blood cell in circulation contains several molecules of haemoglobin, a metalloprotein consisting of four globular protein subunits (α and β chains) and a heme group, consisting of a central Fe2+ cation covalently bonded to a heterocyclic ring, porphyrin, which acts as a ligand.

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  • Each red blood cell in circulation contains several molecules of haemoglobin, a metalloprotein consisting of four globular protein subunits (α and β chains) and a heme group, consisting of a central Fe2+ cation covalently bonded to a heterocyclic ring, porphyrin, which acts as a ligand.

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