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Synonyms for triad

Synonyms for triad

Synonyms for triad

the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one

a set of three similar things considered as a unit

three people considered as a unit

a three-note major or minor chord


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Considering that the complete catalytic triad occurs from proposal 4 onwards, then the order of molecules with reactivity predicted as the biological would be 4>6>5.
Molecular Docking using Discovery Studio 3.5: To identify new compounds that could potentially inhibit LGMN through binding to the catalytic triad pocket, a virtual screening is carried out using Lib dock module of Discovery Studio 3.514.
Docking showed that saponins bind in the catalytic triad of 20 AAo deep active site gorge making the enzyme unable to bind the original substrate.
The 3 amino acid residues (His72, Asp118, and Ser216) of the catalytic triad for serine protease activity are indicated with white letters on a gray background.
We found that TGEV PL1 displayed IFN antagonist activity dependent on the intact catalytic triad (C32, H183, and D196) and interfered with RIG-1- and STING-mediated signaling through a viral DUB activity.
AChE active center, which consists of the catalytic triad (Ser203, Glu334, and His447) in mammals [47], proved to be effected with the competitive inhibitors while others can influence steady state parameters by associating with an allosteric PAS site remote from the active center [48-50].
The other end of the columns hosts the catalytic triad of amino acids and an oily binding pocket for holding the synthetic protein's target molecules in place.
The peculiar feature of lipases is the presence of a/AY hydrolase fold in the N-terminal domain which contains a buried active site in the form of a catalytic triad which is similar to the catalytic site of chemotrypsin, trypsin, serine proteases and other esterases (Brzozowski et al., 1991; Brady et al., 1990; Winkler et al., 1990; Schrag et al., 1991; Lowe, 1992; Beer et al., 1996).