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The N-terminus refers to the start of a protein or polypeptide terminated by an amino acid with a free amine group (-NH2). The convention for writing peptide sequences is to put the N-terminus on the left and write the sequence from N- to C-terminus. When the protein is...
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The C-terminus of a protein or polypeptide is the end of the amino acid chain terminated by a free carboxyl group (-COOH). The convention for writing peptide sequences is to put the C-terminal end on the right and write the sequence from N- to C-terminus.
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Table 1: The observed N-terminus of 223 E. coli genes. Locus. Predicted N-terminusa ... of the conceptual protein and the observed N-terminus is shown in parenthesis. ...
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IMPACT (Intein Mediated Purification with an Affinity Chitin-binding Tag) utilizes the inducible self-cleavage ... C-terminus or N-terminus of the target ...
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This suggests that the H2B N-terminus might play an inhibitory role in chromatin ... The rationale for targeting the H2B N-terminus was twofold. ...
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... Human IL-21 N-terminus. DATASHEET. Specificity: Peptide sequence ... Above: Immunocytochemistry of human tonsil with goat antibody to N-terminus of human IL-21 ...
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The MeCP2α N-terminus contains polyalanine and polyglycine repeat tracts encoded ... Also, the alternative N-terminus is located outside the previously described ...
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... tyrosines 27 and 29 in the N-terminus of human CXCR3 participate in binding ... identifies two sulfated tyrosines in the N-terminus of CXCR3 as part of the ...
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eBioscience product listing for FLIP (N-terminus), anti-human/mouse/rat. ... Anti-human, mouse, rat FLIP (N-terminus) polyclonal. Polyclonal. WB ...
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PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY ... In summary, the N-terminus domain (residues 8–39) of ERK1 appears to be ...
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The N-terminus of a novel isoform of human iASPP is required for its cytoplasmic ... subcellular localization of the longer N-terminus of iASPP means that this new, ...
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The Alzheimer Research Forum, a dynamic online scientific knowledge base, reports on the latest Alzheimer's ... at the N-terminus of smooth muscle ...
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