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  • Each component of this library contains two amino acids arranged in different orders.
  • This leaves one or two amino acids at the RNA cross-link site.
  • This method begins with the two amino acids that need some qualifications as to their requirements.
  • Their length ranges from just two amino acid residues to hundreds.
  • This change was produced by two amino acid substitutions, which prevent binding of the second hormone.
  • A diamine is a type of polyamine with exactly two amino groups.
  • One of the two amino acid difference between human and chimps also arose independently in carnivores and bats.
  • These two amino acids allow the body to manufacture complete proteins, thereby eliminating wet-malnutrition.
  • Typical human and chimp protein homologs differ in only an average of two amino acids.
  • If we have two amino acid sequences in front of us, we should be able to say something about how likely they are to be derived from a common ancestor, or homologous.
  • Typical human and chimp homologs of proteins differ in only an average of two amino acids.
  • The typical protein differs by only two amino acids.
  • In condensation, two amino acids approach each other, with the acidmoiety of one coming near the amino moiety of the other.
  • A simple example is the condensation of two amino acids to form the peptide bond characteristic of proteins.
  • For each branch in the phylogenetic trees of the protein families, the number of mismatches that were observed were recorded and a record kept of the two amino acids involved.
  • Only two amino acids are specified by a single codon.
  • Two amino acid substitutions distinguish the human FOXP2 protein from that found in chimpanzees, but only one of these two changes is unique to humans.
  • Proline is one of the two amino acids that do not follow along with the typical Ramachandran plot, along with glycine.
  • The energy of a particular structural model is then the combined energy of all pairwise contacts (defined as two amino acids within a certain distance of each other) in the structure.
  • Two amino acid storage proteins in animals are casein and ovalbumin.
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