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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of biomolecule

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  1. at the forefront of global biomolecule characterization for 40 years.
  2. the protein or other biomolecule that that molecule is targeting.
  3. antifouling layer bind to their target biomolecule,
  4. have a sort of biomolecule-centric approach.
  5. biomolecule. I think solubility in water is desirable.
  6. So our next class of biomolecule that we're going to
  7. is to tag some biomolecule with a tungsten pentacarbonyl
  8. the drug interacts with some biomolecule, usually a protein.
  9. our biomolecule video, thats a large carbohydrate)---well you may need the cell membrane to fuse with
  10. could be metabolites, it could be enzymes, it could be a biomolecule that is coming out
  11. I also would like to talk about difference between biomolecule and the metabolite.
  12. Biomolecule could be a DNA protein, amino acid, enzyme, whereas a metabolite could be
  13. So generally a biomolecule may have a higher molecular weight as a metabolite may have
  14. So the biomolecule will be sensitive to environmental conditions like pH, temperature, shelf life
  15. can use distillation to separate whereas if I am having a biomolecule, they are very temperature
  16. So that is the difference between biomolecule and a metabolite.
  17. If you remember from our biomolecules video, nucleic acids are a type of biomolecule.
  18. that can detect a biomolecule.
  19. acids, which is a biomolecule are made of nucleotides. Nucleotides contain three parts:
  20. Have you seen this in another biomolecule at some point?