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combining site

Combining frequency and positional information to predict transcription factor binding sites

Combining Data with Different Distributions of Among-Site Rate Variation

Study of B72.3 combining sites by molecular modeling and site-directed mutagenesis

Prediction of protein–RNA binding sites by a random forest method with combined features

Further characterization of the combining sites of Bandeiraea (Griffonia) simplicifolia lectin-I, isolectin A4

Combining microseismic and geomechanical observations to interpret storage integrity at the In Salah CCS site

P-Match: transcription factor binding site search by combining patterns and weight matrices

Combined transvenous/thoracothomic biventricular pacing for heart failure: hemodynamic evaluation of different left ventricular epicardial pacing sites

Planning of occupational dose reduction at BWR power plant by past dose record analysis combined with on-site workers’ idea analysis

A combined in vivo pharmacokinetic–in vitro pharmacodynamic approach to simulate target site pharmacodynamics of antibiotics in humans

Rilpivirine exposure in plasma and sanctuary site compartments after switching from nevirapine-containing combined antiretroviral therapy

A counting renaissance: combining stochastic mapping and empirical Bayes to quickly detect amino acid sites under positive selection

An efficient protocol towards site-specifically clickable nanobodies in high yield: cytoplasmic expression in Escherichia coli combined with intein-mediated protein ligation

Vertebrate Serpins: Construction of a Conflict-Free Phylogeny by Combining Exon-Intron and Diagnostic Site Analyses

Identification of preferred carbohydrate binding modes in xenoreactive antibodies by combining conformational filters and binding site maps

Site-specific labeling of RNA by combining genetic alphabet expansion transcription and copper-free click chemistry

Characterization and prediction of the binding site in DNA-binding proteins: improvement of accuracy by combining residue composition, evolutionary conservation and structural parameters

 

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The region of a molecule that binds a particular compound. Used particularly for the antigen-binding site on an immunoglobulin.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Chemistry.


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