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Poly(1,4-cis-isoprene)s from natural sources had comparable molecular features, such as molecular mass, molecular mass distribution, steric purity and glass transition temperature.
Lane MMrepresents the molecular mass (kDa) markers as follows: phosphorylase b (94), bovine serum albumin (67), carboanhydrase (30), and lactalbumin (14.
The H- Oleosin differs from the L-Oleosin in having a higher molecular mass (~2 kDa) and an 18-residue insertion in their C-Terminal domain (Tzen et al.
We recognize that the share of amorphous regions increases linearly with salt content and is independent of molecular mass.
Purity of the sample obtained after the anion-exchange chromatography was assessed by SDS-PAGE and a single protein band with an approximate molecular mass of 25 kDa was observed (Figure 2A).
The purified PO showed a clear band with a molecular mass of 555 kDa in native PAGE, and a single protein band with the molecular mass of 55 kDa in SDS-PAGE (Fig.
Only one peak was detected in F1, called F1-A (Figure 2a), and it produced a single band with a molecular mass of 50 kDa in SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (Figure 3) in agreement with the molecular mass estimated for the gel filtration column.
FPLC-gel filtration was performed using a Superdex 75 column which had been calibrated with molecular mass standards (GE Healthcare).
The transport by diffusion of gas through grain bulks and, consequently, the effective diffusion coefficient shows a strong dependence upon properties of the gas, such as molecular mass and density in relation to the air.
By providing an on-line chemistry solution [that] is often deployed in parallel with LC-MS (Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry), the DiscovlR fills in the gaps left by the inherent limitation of LC-MS to arrive at molecular structure from molecular mass.
Extracellular BGPT1-10P and BGPT1-78 proteinases have a molecular mass of about 29 kDa.

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