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[[Pharmacology]] ====See Also==== * [[Glycation]] * [[Longevity]] ====Description==== ====Abstracts==== . . . with control, untreated protein. The presence of lysine or N-(alpha)-acetylglycyl-lysine methyl ester . . . cross-linking of the MG-treated ovalbumin to lysine and normal, untreated alpha-crystallin. We conclude . . .
6K - last updated 2006-05-09 10:47 UTC by PeterDAdamo
[[Glycomics]] ====See Also==== * [[Glycoconjugates]] * [[Carbohydrate]] * [[Carbohydrates as Biological . . . and is termed [[N-glycosylation]], or at hydroxylysine, hydroxyproline, serine, or threonine, and is . . .
3K - last updated 2006-05-03 20:17 UTC by PeterDAdamo
[[Genomics]] ====See Also==== * [[Allele]] * [[Chromatin]] * [[Chromosome]] * [[Deoxyribonucleic acid . . . side chains of basic amino acids (especially lysine and arginine) and phosphate oxygens on DNA. . . . letter amino acid abbreviation (e.g. K for Lysine) and the amino acid position in the protein . . . H3K4Me denotes the methylation of H3 on the 4th lysine from the start (N-terminal) of the protein. . . .
8K - last updated 2006-07-07 10:26 UTC by PeterDAdamo
Histone deacetylases (HDAC)
[[Genomics]] ====See Also==== * [[DNA]] * [[Base pair]] * [[CpG sites]] * [[Epigenetics]] * [[Histone]] . . . remove acetyl groups from an ε-N-acetyl lysine amino acid on a histone. Deacetylation restores . . .
3K - last updated 2006-07-07 10:27 UTC by PeterDAdamo
[[Biochemistry]] ====See Also==== ====Description==== '''Lysine''' is one of the 20 amino acids normally . . . requirement is 1–1.5 g daily. A deficiency in lysine can result in a deficiency in niacin (which . . . B Vitamin). This can cause the disease pellagra. Lysine can also be used as a nutritional supplement . . . to help against herpes. ====Discussion==== Lysine is the limiting amino acid in all cereal grains, . . . pulses (legumes). Fish are also quite rich in lysine. Plants that contain significant amounts of . . .
4K - last updated 2006-08-15 12:17 UTC by TomGreenfield
[[Physiology]] ====See Also==== * [[Serpins]] * [[Zymogen]] ====Description==== In biochemistry, serine . . . positively-charged residues such as arginine and lysine. * Elastase is responsible for cleaving peptide . . .
12K - last updated 2006-05-23 05:55 UTC by AlanGoldenberg
[[Genomics]] ====See Also==== * [[Proteasome]] * [[RNA]] * [[Translation (RNA translation)]] ====Description==== . . . least four ubiquitin peptides are attached to a lysine on a substrate protein, most commonly results . . . identified as the moiety conjugated to substrate lysine residues. ====The protein==== * Ubiquitin properties . . .
7K - last updated 2006-07-07 11:47 UTC by PeterDAdamo
<table><tr><td> http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/coral-sm.jpg </td><td>Articles . . . "Cysteine" "Histidine" "Valine" "Aspartic acid" "Lysine" "Zinc finger" "Asparagine" "Arginine" "Homeobox . . .
2K - last updated 2007-08-20 01:47 UTC by AlanGoldenberg
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