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Connecting peptide

Connecting peptide

(Science: protein) An amino acid chain which connects the hormones insulin and proinsulin and is metabolically inactive.

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The Fiber Disease

... and N-acetyl muramic acid. The NAM residues are cross-linked with oligopeptides. The terminal peptide is D-alanine although other amino acids are ... 20mm long. Inlet and outlet ports are laser ablated. The microchannels connecting the two ports serve to pattern the substrate with collagen. Mask ...

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by Nadas Moksha
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Topic: The Fiber Disease
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