foldamers

Greek translation: tyligomers

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English term or phrase:foldamers
Greek translation:tyligomers
Entered by: Hara kallergi

08:56 Dec 5, 2010
English to Greek translations [PRO]
Science - Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-) / entrepreneurship
English term or phrase: foldamers
including biopolymers and ribonucleic enzymes and foldamers, or artificial molecules, that mimic the ability of proteins to forma well defined conformations.
Hara kallergi
Greece
tyligomers
Explanation:
A foldamer, or tyligomer as Jeffrey S. Moore proposed (deriving from the Greek τυλίγω tyligo, meaning “to fold”),[1] is a discrete chain molecule or oligomer that adopts a secondary structure stabilized by non-covalent interactions.

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tyligomers


Explanation:
A foldamer, or tyligomer as Jeffrey S. Moore proposed (deriving from the Greek τυλίγω tyligo, meaning “to fold”),[1] is a discrete chain molecule or oligomer that adopts a secondary structure stabilized by non-covalent interactions.

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Note added at 28 mins (2010-12-05 09:24:22 GMT)
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Τυλιγομερή

Kyriacos Georghiou
Cyprus
Local time: 03:53
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in GreekGreek
PRO pts in category: 7
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Ευχαριστώ

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agree  Nick Lingris: Τυλιγομερή, δηλαδή.
7 mins
  -> Thanks, correct, I got my languages mixed up

agree  Anna Spanoudaki-Thurm
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  -> Thank you A.

agree  GeoS
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