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The team discovered that hydrolysis broke proteins down from 150-200 kilodaltons in size to about 10.
tuberculosis-specific antigens, such as 6 kilodaltons ESAT-6 and culture filtrate protein CFP-10 of 10 kilodaltons (9,10).
Pegsiticase (Uricase-PEG 20) is a pegylated recombinant uricase derived from Candida utilis, modified by the attachment of multiple 20 kilodalton molecules of polyethylene glycol (PEG), and is being developed for the treatment of refractory gout and tumor lysis syndrome.
vWF circulates in plasma as multimers, ranging in size from 500 to 20,000 kilodaltons.
There is considerable evidence in the literature indicating that the 70 kilodalton family of heat shock proteins (HSP70) may be induced in response to a wide array of environmental stress (Black & Subjeck 1991).
Placenta expresses some larger stathmin-like proteins, but none of the 19 kilodalton forms of stathmin.
Antibodies against a 30 kilodalton cochlear protein and type II and IX collagens in the serum of patients with inner ear diseases.
We could obtain appreciable expression of the 285 kilodalton spider silk protein, which is the largest recombinant silk protein ever produced in E.