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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An amino acid that is found in many proteins (especially collagen).

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  • Unique PROSITE domains without INTERPRO annotations were ignored; these include low complexity regions such as proline-rich, serine-rich or glutamine-rich regions.
  • In natural proteins, WW domains typically bind proline-rich sequences.
  • In the event that you think you may have the flu, take the amino acids l-lysine, l-proline and l-glycine.
  • The proline in A2 milk has a strong bond to another small protein called BCM 7, which helps keep it from being released. for more
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