Dictionary Of Biochemistry And Molecular Biology by J. STENESH


In line with the growth of information in biochemistry and molecular biology, the Second Edition of this reference has been thoroughly revised and up-to-date, with nearly 16,000 new entries. Names of particular compounds and different ingredients were considerably enlarged, and definitions were elevated for readability and precision. details is drawn from over 500 books and 1,000 articles, together with techniques of the fee on Biochemical Nomenclature, the foreign Union of natural and utilized Chemistry, and the foreign Union of Biochemistry. phrases utilized by biochemists from a large diversity of sciences, akin to chemistry, immunology, genetics, virology, biophysics, and microbiology, are integrated. Abbreviations, either common and nonstandard, also are supplied, in addition to cross-referenced synonymous expressions.

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Antibody-binding fraction FAB FRAGMENT. antibody combining site ANTIGEN BINDING SITE. antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity Cellmediated cytotoxicity that requires prior binding of antibodies to target cells. Abbr ADCC. Aka antibody-dependent, cellmediated cytotoxicity. See also killer cells. antibody diversity ANTIBODY HETEROGENEITY. antibody-excess zone A zone in the precipitin curve of the antigen-antibody reaction in which the amount of antibody precipitated increases with increasing amounts of antigen.

Amyloid One of a number of fibrous proteins that give a starch-like reaction with iodine and that are deposited in blood vessels and other tissues under certain pathological conditions. Amyloid fibers consist of stacks of pleated sheets and are highly resistant to degradation. One type of amyloid, deposited in the brain, is believed to represent the waste product of patients afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. amyloidosis A pathological condition characterized by the formation of amyloid deposits.

Anthesin FLOWERING HORMONE. anthocyanidin The aglycone of an anthocyanin. anthocyanins Water-soluble plant pigments that occur largely in the form of glycosides of an anthocyanidin. Anthocyanins are bioflavonoids. See also bioflavonoid. anthranilic acid See chorismic acid. anthrone reaction A colorimetric reaction for carbohydrates, particularly hexoses, that is based on the production of a green color on treatment of the sample with anthrone. anthropic principle The principle according to which the presence of life on earth may explain some of the conditions associated with life.

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