Polyionic fusion peptides function as specific dimerization motifs
Different glycosyltransferases are differentially processed for secretion, dimerization, and autoglycosylation
Dimerization of the guanine-adenine repeat strands of DNA
Regulated HIV-2 RNA dimerization by means of alternative RNA conformations
Saccharomyces cerevisiae Est3p dimerizes in vitro and dimerization contributes to efficient telomere replication in vivo
Dimerization is required for GARS-mediated neurotoxicity in dominant CMT disease
Blockade of a Key Region in the Extracellular Domain Inhibits HER2 Dimerization and Signaling
Lentivirus-derived antimicrobial peptides: increased potency by sequence engineering and
Important role of methionine 145 in dimerization of bovine β-lactoglobulin
Dimerization Characteristics of the 94-kDa Glucose-Regulated Protein
PSII-Tc Protein Plays an Important Role in Dimerization of Photosystem II
Lipid-facing correlated mutations and dimerization in G-protein coupled receptors
Dimerization of SOX9 is required for chondrogenesis, but not for sex determination
Dimerization of the bacterial RsrI N6-adenine DNA methyltransferase
Dimerization and opposite base-dependent catalytic impairment of polymorphic S326C OGG1 glycosylase
Targeting the dimerization initiation site of HIV-1 RNA with aminoglycosides: from crystal to cell
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cause a dimer to be formed.
—dimerization or dimerisation n.
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