However, if it's unfertilised, just the empty glycoprotein is dropped - which on contact with moist ground will swell and give a clear slime-like substance.
What does G stand for?
G stands for Glycoprotein (virus protein)
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- Giesma (form of chromosome banding)
- Giga- (a prefix meaning 1 billion)
- Gillette Company (NYSE symbol)
- Ginoo (Filipino: Mr. or Sir)
- Glasgow (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Glider (US Military aircraft vehicle type designation)
- Glycine (amino acid)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Glycoproteins are believed to be important in several technological, oenological and allergological processes due to their physicochemical properties.
The current US-licensed ORV consists of a rabies virus glycoprotein gene inserted into the thymidine kinase gene of an attenuated strain of the Copenhagen vaccinia virus (V-RG) (2).
After analyzing the data, they created a plot showing that an individual's caries risk can be predicted with glycoprotein testing alone.
c-src] is closely associated with the activation of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PIK), and two adhesion receptors, glycoprotein (Gp)Ib and GpIIb/IIIa ([Alpha]IIb[Beta]3), are involved.
Congenital disorders of glycosylation [CDG; previously carbohydrate-deficient glycoprotein syndrome (1)] represent a newly delineated group of inherited diseases (2).
Cellular resistance In a plenary session, David Back from the University of Liverpool presented an overview of cellular resistance to HIV drugs, including interactions between inducible cellular gene products, such as P glycoprotein and a multidrug resistance protein (MRP), and PIs.