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Enzyme (Psychology wiki)
... perfect enzyme TIM . An enzyme is a protein that catalyzes , or speeds up, a chemical ... catalytic activity, but to differentiate them from protein enzymes, they are referred to as RNA ... up chemical reactions ( i.e., breaking down protein or starch stains in clothes). More than ... structure. An enzyme can be: A monomeric protein, i.e., containing only one polypeptide chain ... or more amino acids; or an oligomeric protein consisting of several polypeptide chains, different ...
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Levinthal paradox   (translated from German)
... short time their correctly gefalteten condition as Protein finds, and became of Cyrus Levinthal described ... the number of possible foldings of a protein with the length of the amino acid ... 2 conditions, it would give with a protein length of n already 2^n possible folding variants. One assumes that a change of ... needs, then 150 amino acids a long protein braeuchte in schlechtesten case 2^{ ...
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Endoplasmati Retikulum   (translated from German)
... ribosomenfrei. To and in HE find Translation, Protein folding, posttranslationale modifications of Proteinen and protein transport of Transmembranproteinen and sekretorischen proteins (? Exocytose ... a representative of the act in relatives protein family Myosin V for the "transmission" of ... Table of contents Role IT with the protein synthesis One differentiates between one cotranslationalen ...
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Vijay S. Pande
... and nucleic acids. As director of the Folding@Home and Genome@Home projects, Prof. Pande has directly simulated protein folding dynamics with quantitative comparisons through experiment, often ... for high precision drug binding affinity calculations, protein design, and synthetic bio-mimetic polymers. Prof ... research centered on statistical mechanical models of protein folding and design, suggesting novel ways ...
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Proteome
... at a given time, i.e. the protein products of the genome. The term has ... cellular proteomes. This is very roughly the protein equivalent of the genome. The term "proteome ... augmented proteomics. Peptide mass fingerprinting identifies a protein by cleaving it into short peptides and then deduces the protein's identity by matching the observed peptide ... of a formerly independent company involved in protein functional annotation; this company was purchased ...
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Prion   (translated from German)
... PrP C (Prion Pred Cellular = cellular Prion protein). It is particularly in the nervous system and brain. Animals possess this protein likewise, even if it differs between the ... takes over this with all recovering occurring protein, could not be clarified yet. Equipment this normal protein PrP C in contact with a PrP Sports club protein mentioned (Prion Pred Sports clubrapie; pathogene ...
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Amyloid
Amyloid Amyloid describes various types of protein aggregations that share specific traits when examined ... due to a mutation that makes the protein more prone to aggregation. Most commonly seen ... mutations, which affect the cohesiveness of the protein and promote misfolding; other mutations cause aggregation-prone pieces of the protein to be cleaved off from the rest of the protein. Diseases featuring amyloid It should be ...
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Susan Lindquist
... studying (among other things) the effects of protein folding and heat-shock proteins. Lindquist is best ... disease. She is considered an expert in protein folding which, as explained by Lindquist in the ... s Disease. In one case, the misfolded protein is not only deadly to the ...
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Amyloid (Psychology wiki)
... P. Psychopharmacology Amyloid describes various types of protein aggregations that share specific traits when examined ... due to a mutation that makes the protein more prone to aggregation. Most commonly seen ... mutations, which affect the cohesiveness of the protein and promote misfolding; other mutations cause aggregation-prone pieces of the protein to be cleaved off from the rest of the protein. [edit] Diseases featuring amyloid It should ...
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Bridge disulphide   (translated from French)
... element of structures primary, tertiary (after the folding up of protein) or quaternary (at the time of association of proteinic sub-units) of protein. It is a connection necessary to the folding up of proteins since this bond confers on protein its structure and sound biochemical activity. ...
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