[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Gambicin Gambicin peptide has 85 amino acid residues with theoretical isoelectric point of 8.
What does pI stand for?
pI stands for Isoelectric Point (chemistry)
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Phenotyping by isoelectric focusing can detect known and unknown polymorphs, but only in cases in which the amino acid substitution leads to a change in the protein's isoelectric point.
Estimation of isoelectric point (pI) The pI for the mixture of the amino acids was estimated from the equation of the form : [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where IPm is the isoelectric point of the mixture of amino acids, IPi is the isoelectric point of the ith amino acid in the mixture and Xi is the mass or mole fraction of the ith amino acid in the mixture.
Only IEF electrophoresis can detect Hb Tunis [beta124(H2)Pro>Ser] as a slightly faster moving band compared to Hb A (7) due to the slight difference in the isoelectric points of the proline and serine residues.
Topics include: correlations of the PZC and isoelectric points (IEP) with other physical quantities and properties, surface charging in mixed and nonaqueous solvents, surface charging at high ionic strengths, and ion-specificity in 1-1 electrolytes.
] shows the acidic property, and its pH is lower than isoelectric point (pH 4.
Isoelectric points of ESBL enzymes from a few isolates (n = 6) were noted for typing of ESBL by isoelectric focusing.
Soil properties such as active/free iron oxide ratio, isoelectric point (IEP), cation exchange capacity (CEC), and potassium-calcium cation exchange equilibrium have been related to OM content in Chilean volcanic soils.