1. any very large complex molecule; found only in plants and animals
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  • Penicillin, for instance, prevents the final cross - linking step, or transpeptidation, in the macromolecule's assembly.
  • Because iron has an affinity electronegative atoms such as oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur, these atoms are found at the heart of the iron-binding centers of macromolecules.
  • Many scientists lack the background to fully utilize the wealth of solved three-dimensional biomacromolecule structures.
  • Dehydration is endergonic not only because the products are less strongly bonded, but because entropy is decreased in the synthesis of the more complex macromolecule.
  • High-resolution NMR techniques are now routinely employed to study the structure of complex macromolecules in solution.
  • They form acidic, hydrolytic compartments and also store a range of ions and metabolites and, in some tissues, proteins and other macromolecules.
  • In 1958 the remarkable analogy revealed by genetic analysis of lysogeny and that of the induced biosynthesis of ß-galactosidase led François Jacob, with Jacques Monod, to study the mechanisms responsible for the transfer of genetic information as well as the regulatory pathways which, in the bacterial cell, adjust the activity and synthesis of macromolecules. François Jacob - Biography
  • Polymer chemistry is the field of study concerned with the production, classification, and modification of macromolecules or polymers.
  • Polypropylene is a linear macromolecule, or polymer, composed of repeating units of isopropane.
  • Electron crystallography has been widely applied to determine the structures of biological macromolecules.
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