Definición de conformation en inglés:

conformation

Saltos de línea: con|form|ation
Pronunciación: /kɒnfɔːˈmeɪʃ(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

  • 1The shape or structure of something, especially an animal: the judges run their hands over the dog’s body and legs, checking its conformation [mass noun]: we’ve been looking for stock with good overall conformation
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    • Following this event it takes some time for the channel conformation to relax back to the original structure or conformation.
    • It also improves the carcase conformation and composition, while he also finds the lambs are much cleaner due to the lower worm burden.
    • The judges then walked down the row checking the conformation of the horses and getting a closer look at each one.
  • 1.1 Chemistry Any of the spatial arrangements which the atoms in a molecule may adopt and freely convert between, especially by rotation about individual single bonds: a change of DNA conformation induced by binding of RNA polymerase Compare with configuration.
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    • Then, we fix the adsorbed DNA molecules in their conformations thanks to uranyl acetate and we dry the sample using filter paper.
    • Amino acid side chains are known to adopt discrete conformations depending on the local protein environment.
    • We then estimate the free energies of all dimer conformations in all-atom molecular mechanics simulations with explicit water.

Derivativos

conformational

adjetivo
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  • In this article, we only study the kinetics involving the conformational changes near the binding interface.
  • These functions increased the conformational energy of the system if it deviated from specified parameters.
  • In this approach, only energy-minimized conformational substates have been considered.

Origen

early 16th century (in the sense 'conforming, adaptation'): from Latin conformatio(n-), from conformare 'to shape, fashion' (see conform).

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