(a.) Of the same form; similar in import; conformable.
(v. t.) To shape in accordance with; to make like; to bring into harmony or agreement with; -- usually with to or unto.
(v. i.) To be in accord or harmony; to comply; to be obedient; to submit; -- with to or with.
(v. i.) To comply with the usages of the Established Church; to be a conformist.
(1) The interaction of the antibody with both the bacterial and the tissue derived polysialic acids suggests that the conformational epitope critical for the interaction is formed by both classes of compounds.
(2) It has been conformed that catalase from bovine liver eliminates only the pro R hydrogen atom from ethanol.
(3) The high transition enthalpy for kerasin is ascribed to a lesser accommodation of gauche conformers in the hydrocarbon chains just below the transition temperature.
(4) The Tyr side chain had two conformations of comparable energy, one over the ring between the Gln and Asn side chains, and the other with the Tyr side chain away from the ring.
(5) In a series of compounds with H2-antihistaminic activity, a conformational analysis was performed based on force field calculations.
(6) Recently, we have designed a series of simplified artificial signal sequences and have shown that a proline residue in the signal sequence plays an important role in the secretion of human lysozyme in yeast, presumably by altering the conformation of the signal sequence [Yamamoto, Y., Taniyama, Y., & Kikuchi, M. (1989) Biochemistry 28, 2728-2732].
(7) The molecule may already in its native form have an extended conformation containing either free sulfhydryl groups or small S-S loops not affecting mobility in SDS-PAGE.
(8) In 0.17 M Na+(aq), tRNA(Phe) exists in its native conformation and the number of strong binding sites (Ka greater than or equal to 10(4)) was estimated to be 3-4 by titration experiments, in agreement with X-ray structural data for crystalline tRNA(Phe) (Jack et al., 1977).
(9) In voltage-clamp experiments the ion current flowing through the channels was homogeneous indicating a defined conformation and a uniform size.
(10) However, it does not and we therefore propose the presence of an unusual DNA conformation in these regions.
(11) We propose that, for a GC base pair in B conformation, there are two amino proton exchangeable states--a cytosine amino proton exchangeable state and a guanine amino proton exchangeable state; both require the disruption of only the corresponding interbase H bond.
(12) In air-saturated solutions of DNA, yields of 8-hydroxypurines were not influenced greatly by DNA conformation.
(13) A detailed stereochemical analysis of known protein structures has been made which shows that: (1) irregular regions of proteins consist of a limited number of standard structures formed by three, four of more residues; (2) an amino acid residue of a protein can adopt one of the six sterically allowed conformations designated here as alpha, alpha L, beta, gamma, delta, and epsilon.
(14) The substructural units, 5-14 linear and 5-14 cyclic, have been used as models for MCH-- H-Asp1-Thr-Met-Arg-Cys-Met-Val-Gly-Arg HO-Val17-Glu-Trp-Cys-Pro-Arg-Tyr-Val in 1H-nmr conformational studies.
(15) The conformations of each peptide in various solvents were determined by CD and ir spectroscopy in order to relate immunological to structural properties.
(16) All data did, however, conform to normal distribution expectations.
(17) The conformations of cysteamine, thiazolidine, and thiazolidine-4-carboxylic acid were determined in aqueous solutions using NMR spectroscopy.
(18) This structural change opens the heme pocket and modifies the general conformation of the EF segment, thus explaining the increase in oxygen affinity and the achievement of a three-dimensional structure favoring asparagine deamidation.
(19) It is likely that the molecule undergoes a conformational change when it is bound to the receptor.
(20) The phenylalanine-dependent conformation and the leucine-dependent conformation differ considerably.
(v. t.) To let down; to lower.
(v. t.) To put or place under.
(v. t.) To yield, resign, or surrender to power, will, or authority; -- often with the reflexive pronoun.
(v. t.) To leave or commit to the discretion or judgment of another or others; to refer; as, to submit a controversy to arbitrators; to submit a question to the court; -- often followed by a dependent proposition as the object.
(v. i.) To yield one's person to the power of another; to give up resistance; to surrender.
(v. i.) To yield one's opinion to the opinion of authority of another; to be subject; to acquiesce.
(v. i.) To be submissive or resigned; to yield without murmuring.
(1) He added: "There is a rigorous review process of applications submitted by the executive branch, spearheaded initially by five judicial branch lawyers who are national security experts and then by the judges, to ensure that the court's authorizations comport with what the applicable statutes authorize."
(2) Unfortunately, due to confidentiality clauses that have been imposed on us by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, we are unable to provide our full names and … titles … However, we believe the evidence that will be submitted will validate the statements that we are making in this submission.” The submission detailed specific allegations – including names and dates – of sexual abuse of child detainees, violence and bullying of children, suicide attempts by children and medical neglect.
(3) She knows you can’t force the opposition to submit to your point of view.
(4) The clinical course was observed in 50 patients while the remaining 10 were hospitalized and submitted to esophago-gastro-duodenoscopy and colonoscopy both before and after treatment for withdrawal of duodenal secretion and fragments of duodenojejunal and colonic mucosa biopsies.
(5) A series of 35 patients have been submitted to microsurgical callosotomy since February 1978, their age ranging from 6 to 42 years.
(6) The diagnosis of G-E reflux was confirmed in all by the acid reflux test; esophagitis was present in 55% of patients submitted to endoscopy; the Bernstein test was positive in 43%.
(7) In a 2012 study submitted to the UN, the Petersburg-based centre alleged that Roma and migrants were routinely subjected to police torture .
(8) It paves the way for Iran to get nuclear weapons.” Under the deal, Iran committed to reducing the number of its centrifuges by two-thirds, capping its level of uranium enrichment well below the level needed for bomb-grade material, reducing its enriched uranium stockpile from around 10,000kg to 300kg for 15 years, and submitting to international inspections to verify its compliance.
(9) An analysis has been made of 447 ovarian tumours submitted for histological examination to the Department of Pathology, Port Moresby General Hospital, for the period 1978-1982.
(10) In 50 patients submitted to surgical arterial repair of the lower limbs, we have employed 8,000 I.U.
(11) "The development control committee is frequently confronted with applications where developers have submitted viability assessment that show a development is only viable if affordable housing is greatly reduced often to a level of less than 20%," Hopkins said.
(12) This peptide yielded the same products as neurotensin when submitted to digestion by carboxypeptidase A or papain.
(13) Both the email and the form looked official, but when I submitted the form it refused to accept it.
(14) The CD4-specific mAbs submitted to the workshop reacted with the cells of all animals tested.
(15) The evolution of several mechanical parameters of left ventricular function was studied in 32 control subjects, 171 chronic chagasic and 60 primary dilated cardiomyopathy patients, which were submitted to an extensive invasive and non-invasive protocol.
(16) Methamphetamine abuse is increasing and methamphetamine is second only to alcohol as a positive finding in cases submitted to the San Diego Sheriff's Crime Laboratory.
(17) A system for detecting such cases was established through liaison with other hospital peer review committees or any physician or nurse who was privy to specific information and willing to submit it in writing.
(18) An additional patient with acute non-lymphatic leukemia had been submitted to chemotherapy for gastric cancer.
(19) Insurance claims for medical services submitted on behalf of a group of workers in the construction industry were collected over a 20-month period.
(20) We first present the results of serial serum total amylase, pancreatic isoamylase, lipase, and immunoreactive trypsin tests in nine patients during the week after their admission to the hospital with a diagnosis of acute pancreatitis, and then compare the serum total amylase, lipase, and immunoreactive trypsin levels in the initial serum submitted for amylase analysis from 100 patients because of the clinical suspicion of acute pancreatitis.