kringle

Triple-looped, disulphide-linked protein domains, found in some serine proteases and other plasma proteins, including plasminogen (5 copies), tissue plasminogen activator (2 copies), thrombin (2 copies), hepatocyte growth factor (4 copies), apolipoprotein A (38 copies).

Kringle

Kringle …ôl is a Scandinavian pastry, a Nordic variety of pretzel, which arrived with Roman Catholic monks in the 13th century, especially in Denmark. It developed further into several kinds of sweet, salty or filled pastries. In Danish and Norwegian, the word is kringle, plural kringler; kringel, plural kringlid; kringla, plural kringlor; kringla...
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kringle

<molecular biology> Triple looped, disulphide linked protein domains, found in some serine proteases and other plasma proteins, including plasminogen (5 copies), tissue plasminogen activator (2 copies), thrombin (2 copies), hepatocyte growth factor (4 copies), apolipoprotein A (38 copies). ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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kringle

Type: Term Pronunciation: krin′gĕl Definitions: 1. A structural motif or domain seen in certain proteins in which a fold of large loops is stabilized by disulfide bonds; an important structural feature in blood coagulation factors.
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