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... from interfering materials. In the case of  proteins 
Proteins
Proteins
Regnier, Fred E.; Gooding, Karen M.
, column liquid chromatography has been used ...
... Summary Soluble, cyclic AMP stimulated  protein 
The soluble, cyclic AMP-stimulated protein kinase catalyses the phosphorylation of different membrane proteins from those which are phosphorylated by the membrane bound enzyme
The soluble, cyclic AMP-stimulated protein kinase catalyses the phosphorylation of different membrane proteins from those which are phosphorylated by the membrane bound enzyme
Carstens, Machteld; Weller, Malcolm
kinase (type a1 ...
... compared with cell density and total cellular  protein 
Assimilatory sulfur metabolism in marine microorganisms: Sulfur metabolism, protein synthesis, and growth of Pseudomonas halodurans and Alteromonas luteo-violaceus during unperturbed batch growth
Assimilatory sulfur metabolism in marine microorganisms: Sulfur metabolism, protein synthesis, and growth of Pseudomonas halodurans and Alteromonas luteo-violaceus during unperturbed batch growth
Cuhel, Russell L.; Taylor, Craig D.; Jannasch, Holger W.
during exponential growth in batch culture. ...
... have made it possible to have soybean  protein 
The role of soybeans in food systems
The role of soybeans in food systems
Bressani, R.
available in various forms: as whole seeds ...
... Phosphorylation of contractile and membrane  proteins 
Occurrence and Functional Significance of Cardiac Muscle Protein Kinases
Occurrence and Functional Significance of Cardiac Muscle Protein Kinases
Mewes, R.; Hofmann, F.
has been implicated in the control of cardiac ...
... for average calorie requirements and safe  protein 
World need for protein
World need for protein
Scrimshaw, N. S.
allowances for healthy individuals, both ...
... sample preparation involves either  protein 
Antibiotics
Antibiotics
Anhalt, John P.
precipitation followed by analysis of the ...
... B1 results in a diminution of acid-insoluble  protein 
Aflatoxin-induced alteration in soybean membrane protein
Aflatoxin-induced alteration in soybean membrane protein
Dashek, W. V.; Walker, S. J.; Adelstein, L.; Danley, J. M.; O’rear, C. E.; Mills, R. R.; Llewellyn, G. C.
, but neither sterol nor lipid phosphorus ...
... Two acidic, soluble  proteins 
Isolation of 14–3–2 Protein, Neuron-Specific Enolase, and S100 Protein: Methods for Assay of Messenger RNA Activity
Isolation of 14–3–2 Protein, Neuron-Specific Enolase, and S100 Protein: Methods for Assay of Messenger RNA Activity
Zomzely-Neurath, Claire E.; Walker, William A.
, S100 and 14–3–2, were first isolated from ...
... (fru-1-p) we found 0.3±0.3 (x±SD) U/g of  protein 
Aldolase activities of the small intestinal mucosa in malabsorption states and hereditary fructose intolerance
Aldolase activities of the small intestinal mucosa in malabsorption states and hereditary fructose intolerance
Streb, H.; Posselt, H. G.; Wolter, K.; Bender, S. W.
, with the substrate fructose-1,6-diphosphate ...
... The separation of modulator-dependent  protein 
Separation between modulator-dependent protein kinases I and II
Separation between modulator-dependent protein kinases I and II
Kuo, W. N.
kinase I from modulator-dependent ...
... tool in the recovery and modification of  proteins 
The Impact of the Enzymic Hydrolysis Process on Recovery and Use of Proteins
The Impact of the Enzymic Hydrolysis Process on Recovery and Use of Proteins
Petersen, B. Riber
. ...
... Summary True  protein 
Breeding behavior for tuber protein in Solanum tuberosum and Tuberosum-phureja hybrids
Breeding behavior for tuber protein in Solanum tuberosum and Tuberosum-phureja hybrids
Veilleux, R. E.; Lauer, F. I.; Desborough, S. L.
content among tubers within a plant of ...
... cycle in the absence of external sources of  protein 
Oosorption during ovarian development in the screw-worm fly, Chrysomya bezziana
Oosorption during ovarian development in the screw-worm fly, Chrysomya bezziana
Spradbery, J. P.; Schweizer, Gerhilt
. ...
... synthesis of a 24,000 molecular weight (24k)  protein 
Estradiol stimulates synthesis of a major intracellular protein in a human breast cancer cell line (MCF-7)
Estradiol stimulates synthesis of a major intracellular protein in a human breast cancer cell line (MCF-7)
Edwards, Dean P.; Adams, David J.; McGuire, William L.
(7) and the mRNA activity coding for a 24k ...
... phosphorylation of key enzymes and nonenzymic  proteins 
Myosin Phosphorylation
Myosin Phosphorylation
Cooke, Roger; Stull, James T.
is recognized as an important type of ...
... and 7 pmole LAL (1.6 ng) could be detected in  protein 
Empfindliche Bestimmung von Lysinoalanin und 2,3-Diaminopropionsäure durch fluorimetrische Detektion mit ortho-Phthaldialdehyd
Empfindliche Bestimmung von Lysinoalanin und 2,3-Diaminopropionsäure durch fluorimetrische Detektion mit ortho-Phthaldialdehyd
Fritsch, Rudolf J.; Klostermeyer, Henning
hydrolysates; 50 pmole amounts were recovered ...
... in rabbits when casein is used as dietary  protein 
Soya protein and athersclerosis
Soya protein and athersclerosis
Carroll, K. K.
, but not when the casein is replaced by ...
... Formation of lysinoalanine (LAL) in  proteins 
Lysinoalanine: Production, significance and control in preparation and use of soya and other food proteins
Lysinoalanine: Production, significance and control in preparation and use of soya and other food proteins
Struthers, B. J.
in response to alkali treatment is a ...
... by comparing accumulation of storage  proteins 
Development and storage-protein synthesis in Brassica napus L. embryos in vivo and in vitro
Development and storage-protein synthesis in Brassica napus L. embryos in vivo and in vitro
Crouch, Martha L.; Sussex, Ian M.
in culture with the normal accumulation in ...
... Retinol-binding  protein 
Transport of retinol in the duck plasma
Transport of retinol in the duck plasma
Rao, B. Sridhara; Rao, N. Appaji; Cama, H. R.
and prealbumin were isolated from duck plasma ...
... produces a “new” major outer membrane  protein 
Genetic and biochemical characterization of anEscherichia coli K-12 mutant with an altered outer membrane protein
Genetic and biochemical characterization of anEscherichia coli K-12 mutant with an altered outer membrane protein
Tommassen, Jan; Ley, Peter; Lugtenberg, Ben
with an apparent molecular weight of 40000. ...
... This paper reviews the role played by soya  protein 
Nutritional role of soya protein for humans
Nutritional role of soya protein for humans
Torún, B.; Viteri, F. E.; Young, V. R.
in human nutrition on the basis of ...
... 5-bisphosphate carboxylase (RuBPCase) is the  protein 
Hydrolysis of Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase by Partially Purified Endoproteinases of Senescing Primary Barley Leaves
Hydrolysis of Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase by Partially Purified Endoproteinases of Senescing Primary Barley Leaves
Miller, B. L.; Huffaker, R. C.
responsible for fixation of CO2 in ...
... Changes in polyphenols and in vitro  protein 
Effects of germination and cooking on polyphenols and in vitro protein digestibility of horse gram and moth bean
Effects of germination and cooking on polyphenols and in vitro protein digestibility of horse gram and moth bean
Satwadhar, P. N.; Kadam, S. S.; Salunkhe, D. K.
digestibility due to germination and cooking ...