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  • phosphate
  • During the past decade, a considerable amount of effort has been expended by biochemists to elucidate the structural nature of the "high-energy" rapidly exchangeable phosphate groups of phosphoproteins. (jhu.edu)
  • synthetic
  • The phase behavior of a synthetic phospho-polymethacrylate analog of the Pc3 phosphoproteins, in the presense of Mg( II ), was characterized to determine whether it is chemically possible for the natural adhesive components to be packaged and stored as liquid complex coacervates. (rsc.org)
  • differences
  • Striatal (target) and non-target (hippocampus) homogenates were assayed for injury-induced changes in markers of dopamine neuronal integrity as well as differences in the levels of activated phosphoproteins. (cdc.gov)
  • expression
  • Recently, phosphospecific flow cytometry has emerged as a powerful tool to analyze intracellular signaling events in complex populations of cells because of its ability to simultaneously discriminate cell types based on surface marker expression and measure levels of intracellular phosphoproteins. (jimmunol.org)
  • description
  • Logan and his associates demonstrated that this material was not a nucleic acid as had been previously postulated and that it did not fit the classic description of phosphoproteins. (jhu.edu)
  • structure
  • 640 I Norman W. Gabel · Brief Proposal of each other, the objective of this proposal is the examination of a rational alternative to the structure of high-energy phosphoproteins within the context of function. (jhu.edu)