Symbol for glutamyl (Glu), glutaminyl (Gln), and/or any substance that would yield glutamate upon acid hydrolysis of a peptide (e.g., 5-oxoproline, 4-carboxyglutamate) to denote uncertainty between them. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for glutamyl (Glu), glutaminyl (Gln), and/or any substance that yields glutamate on acid hydrolysis of a peptide (5-oxoproline, 4-carboxyglutamate); the 'x' denotes uncertainty about the precise identity of the actual molecular entity.
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GLX (initialism for `OpenGL Extension to the X Window System`) provides the interface connecting OpenGL and the X Window System: it enables programs wishing to use OpenGL to do so within a window provided by the X Window System. ==History== Silicon Graphics developed GLX as part of their effort to support OpenGL in the X Window System. In 1999 S..
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