The linear sequence of residues making up a polymer such as a nucleic acid, polysaccharide or protein.
The amino-acid sequence of a protein or nucleotide sequence of DNA or RNA
Sequence of units in a linear polymer, such as the amino acid sequence of a protein.
In proteins, the linear arrangement (sequence) of amino acids and the location of covalent (mostly disulfide) bonds within a polypeptide chain.
The amino acid sequence of a protein. 49
The linear sequence of amino acids in a protein molecule.
The sequence of amino acids in a protein. PICTURE
The sequence of amino acids of a protein.
The specific sequence of amino acids in a protein.
the linear sequence of nucleotides or amino acids in the polynucleotide (RNA or DNA) or polypeptide (protein).
the order (sequence) of amino acids in the protein chain.
The sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide.
In terms of a protein molecule, the primary structure is the sequence of amino acid molecules in the protein.
The sequence of polymerized amino acids in a protein.
The linear sequence of amino acids making up a protein.
In biochemistry, the primary structure of a biological molecule is the exact specification of its atomic composition and the chemical bonds connecting those atoms (including stereochemistry). For a typical unbranched, un-crosslinked biopolymer (such as a molecule of DNA, RNA or typical intracellular protein), the primary structure is equivalent to specifying the sequence of its monomeric subunits, e.g., the nucleotide or peptide sequence. The term "primary structure" was first coined by Linderstrom-Lang in his 1951 Lane Medical Lectures.