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multimer (in molecular biology)

Involvement of surface cysteines in activity and multimer formation of thimet oligopeptidase

Generation of single-domain antibody multimers with three different self-associating peptides

Apoptin protein multimers form distinct higher‐order nucleoprotein complexes with DNA

Detection of autoreactive T cells in H-2u mice using peptide–MHC multimers

ZDOCK server: interactive docking prediction of protein–protein complexes and symmetric multimers

M-ZDOCK: a grid-based approach for C n symmetric multimer docking

Enhancing antisense efficacy with multimers and multi-targeting oligonucleotides (MTOs) using cleavable linkers

ScFv multimers of the anti-neuraminidase antibody NC10: shortening of the linker in single-chain Fv fragment assembled in VL to VH orientation drives the formation of dimers, trimers, tetramers and higher molecular mass multimers

A multimer resolution system contributes to segregational stability of the prototypical staphylococcal conjugative multiresistance plasmid pSK41

Regulation of copy number and stability of phage λ derived pTCλ1 plasmid in the light of the dimer/multimer catastrophe hypothesis

Development of tumor targeting anti-MUC-1 multimer: effects of di-scFv unpaired cysteine location on PEGylation and tumor binding

Multimer formation as a consequence of separate homodimerization domains: the human c-Jun leucine zipper is a transplantable dimerization module

Multimer formation as a consequence of separate homodimerization domains: the human c-Jun leucine zipper is a transplantable dimerization module

Multimer Staining of Cytomegalovirus Phosphoprotein 65–Specific T Cells for Diagnosis and Therapeutic Purposes: A Comparative Study

 

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A protein molecule made up of two or more polypeptide chains, each referred to as a monomer. The terms dimer, trimer, tetramer, pentamer, etc., are used if the number of monomers per multimer is known. Compare with monomer, oligomer, polymer.

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