Definition of Cystines

1. cystine [n] - See also: cystine



Lexicographical Neighbors of Cystines

cystides
cystidia
cystidium
cystids
cystifelleotomy
cystiform
cystigerous
cystinaemia
cystine
cystine bridge
cystine calculus
cystine desulfhydrase
cystine disease
cystine lyase
cystine storage disease
cystines (current term)
cystinosis
cystinotic leukocyte
cystinuria
cystinurias
cystinyl
cystiphorous
cystis
cystis fellea
cystis urinaria
cystistaxis
cystitic
cystitides
cystitis
cystitis colli

Literary usage of Cystines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Text-book of Physiological Chemistry by Olof Hammarsten, Sven Gustaf Hedin (1914)
"The occurrence of two structurally isomeric cystines is not improbable, from certain observations of MORNER, but FRIEDMANN and BAERS have shown that these ..."

2. A Text-book of physiological chemistry by Olof Hammarsten, John Alfred Mandel (1908)
"The occurrence of two stereoisomeric cystines is not improbable, and important observations of MORNER show that the cystine-yielding group of the protein ..."

3. In the Matter of Certain Recombinantly Produced Human Growth Hormones by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"The cystines would be reduced. There would be no disulfide bridges and it would be an insoluble aggregate within inclusion bodies in the bacteria. ..."

4. A Text-book of Geology: Designed for Schools and Academies by James Dwight Dana (1870)
"61) make siliceous shells; the Poly- cystines among microscopic animals make siliceous shells. Plants also make beds of coal and peat out of accumulations ..."

5. Lightness: The Inevitable Renaissance of Minimum Energy Structures by Adriaan Beukers, Ed “van” Hinte (2005)
"The wall contains hexagonal pores that may have rounded outlines because of silica deposition. The major fossil group of Radiolaria are the poly- cystines ..."

6. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur Amos Noyes, William Albert Noyes (1905)
"This difference is due, according to Neuberg, to a different chemical constitution of the two kinds of cystines. In the present investigation it is ..."

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