We then reduced the disulfide bonds
by incubation with 20 [micro] L of 100 mL/L tributyl-n-phosphate (TBP) in dimethyl formamide for 10 min.
The reduction of the disulfide bonds
between aminothiols and plasma proteins and the reduction of aminothiol disulfides probably represent one of the most delicate steps in the determination of total plasma aminothiols.
Often, as part of a protein's secondary or tertiary structure, cysteine is joined together between their side chains via disulfide bonds
A Mucolytic Element: Potassium iodide (P1) is used traditionally as a mucolytic, because of its ability to break up disulfide bonds
The observation that many of the food allergens are proteins containing intramolecular disulfide bonds
that may be important to their allergenicity (Lehrer et al.
It is approximately 43 kDa in size, contains two disulfide bonds
and no carbohydrate.
They developed reversible epoxies cured with crosslinking agents that contain disulfide bonds
, such as dithiodianiline (DTDA).
In contrast to other methods of PEGylating proteins, TheraPEG offers site-specific conjugation to disulfide bonds
to achieve better product homogeneity and a more efficient PEGylation process for improved production economics.
To test that idea, Fahy and his group exposed mucus samples taken from CF patients to two current CF medications: Pulmozyme, a drug that breaks up DNA polymers, and N-acetylcysteine (NAC), which targets disulfide bonds
between mucin polymers.
In addition, paper clips or clothes clips can be placed at certain loci on the unwound strands to represent histones (easy) or disulfide bonds
Temperatures greater than 75 C induce an interaction between denatured whey proteins and micellar k-casein by means of disulfide bonds
Three strains from 1968 (Brazil68a, 68c, and 68d) showed a C [right arrow] F substitution at E105, eliminating one of the disulfide bonds
that forms the structural architecture of domain 11 (22).
He envisions a day when a stylist might adjust the treatment to maximize the number of disulfide bonds
that break during the first stage of the perm and that form during the resetting stage.
Monoclonal antibodies possess four disulfide bonds
, which can
This technique allows also monitoring chemical reaction under force such as the reduction of disulfide bonds
or the binding of peptides and antibodies.