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Whey Protein Market By sumit khatpe
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Whey protein are used in bakery products & confectionery, infant formula, medical products, and as dietary supplements. Whey protein is derived from cheese making process that offers high... More > biological value. Furthermore, it is fast to digest and contains high level of essential and branched chain amino acids and providing several health benefits. Types of whey protein include whey protein isolate, Whey protein concentrate, and Whey protein hydrolysates.< Less
The AI Cookbook 3 By Ian Beardsley
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In the AI Cookbook, we established the connection of the building blocks of AI (doped silicon) to the building blocks of organic life (Amino Acids) and, the skeletons of organic life (Arenes,... More > Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes) to the skeleton of AI (scandium, a lightweight strong metal). We showed that the recipe and its ingredients are written in Nature’s AI Cookbook. We further suggest AI, is part of a natural process outside of the human endeavor to make it.< Less
Titin By Adam Wiesner
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This book contains the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry's technical name for the protein Titin. At 189,819 characters in length, it is considered to be the world's longest word in... More > any language. The IUPAC name is formed by listing the 34,350 amino acids the protein is built from. Found in humans, Titin is responsible for the passive elasticity of muscle.< Less
Solid phase synthesis of graft copolymers of poly(thiophene)s and peptides containing 3-thienylalanine By David Flanagan
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Graft copolymers of conjugated poly(3-hexylthiophene) and polypeptides containing an artificial amino acid, 3-thienylalanine (3TA), were synthesized and purified using solid phase synthesis... More > techniques. The structures of the graft copolymers were characterized by NMR, and binding of biotinylated graft copolymers to avidin and streptavidin was studied using fluorescence spectroscopy. This system is not limited to peptides and 3-hexylthiophene, and should be generally applicable to synthesis of copolymers of conjugated polymers and biomolecules that can be immobilized on a solid support.< Less
Solid phase synthesis of graft copolymers of poly(thiophene)s and peptides containing 3-thienylalanine By David Flanagan
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Graft copolymers of conjugated poly(3-hexylthiophene) and polypeptides containing an artificial amino acid, 3-thienylalanine (3TA), were synthesized and purified using solid phase synthesis... More > techniques. The structures of the graft copolymers were characterized by NMR, and binding of biotinylated graft copolymers to avidin and streptavidin was studied using fluorescence spectroscopy. This system is not limited to peptides and 3-hexylthiophene, and should be generally applicable to synthesis of copolymers of conjugated polymers and biomolecules that can be immobilized on a solid support.< Less
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The AI Cookbook By Ian Beardsley
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We establish the building blocks for AI. The building blocks for organic life have already been established and are the Amino Acids. We demonstrate the connection of both to the golden ratio and... More > its conjugate, and through that, establish the connection between the two. We suggest AI has its origins in some unascertainable Natural force outside the human endeavor. As such we have a mystery to present to AI wherein it can have a sense of mystery surrounding its origins, just as humans do. We can download to any AI this theory that robots are just as much a Universe Unfolding Eventuation as humans are.< Less
BIO 220 TOPIC 8 GRADED QUIZ LATEST By Jon Snow
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BIO 220 TOPIC 8 GRADED QUIZ LATEST Visit Below Link, To Download This Course: https://www.tutorialsservice.net/product/bio-220-topic-8-graded-quiz-latest/ Or Email us... More > on SUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET BIO 220 Topic 8 Graded Quiz Latest BIO220 BIO 220 Topic 8 Graded Quiz Latest Question 1 Which of the following statements is true? a. Catabolic reactions are synthesis reactions. b. Anabolic reactions are involved in the production of proteins from amino acids.< Less
Oyster Mushroom: Utilization in various baked products By Dr Anu kundal
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Mushroom is one of the most important sources of vegetable protein combating the growing shortage of protein in India especially in vegetarian population; FAO has recommended it as a supplementary... More > food item in context of world protein shortage for the growing populations of the developing countries. It is a low calorie food which contains high content of mineral, protein (rich in all essential amino acids) and vitamins, due to low cholesterol, high fibre content, low fat and carbohydrates (Bhanuet al. 2001). These are highly suitable for the people suffering from atherosclerosis, hyperacidity, cancer, constipation and diabetes.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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