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  1. ... white Europeans and North Americans replaces the amino acid glutamine with the amino acid arginine at position 188 in the enzyme (written ...
  2. ... associated with increased iron stores replaces the amino acid glutamine with the amino acid histidine at position 248 in the ferroportin protein ...
  3. ... people with this condition; it replaces the amino acid glutamine with the amino acid glycine at position 399 in the antiquitin protein ( ...
  4. ... One variant replaces the protein building block (amino acid) glutamine with the amino acid lysine at position 141 in the protein (written ...
  5. ... Leu450Trp or L450W). Another mutation replaces the amino acid glutamine with the amino acid lysine at position 455 (Gln455Lys or Q455K). These ...
  6. ... include: alanine, arginine, asparagine, aspartic acid, cysteine, glutamic acid, glutamine, glycine, proline, serine, and tyrosine. CONDITIONAL AMINO ACIDS ...
  7. ... of a protein with the building block (amino acid) glutamine replaced with the amino acid glutamic acid at position 105 (written as Gln105Glu ...
  8. ... a protein with the protein building block (amino acid) glutamine in protein position 121, written as Q121, rather than the amino acid lysine in this position (K121). The Q121 variant ...
  9. ... acid arginine at position 555 with the amino acid glutamine (written as Arg555Gln) most often causes Thiel-Behnke corneal dystrophy. And, the mutation that replaces the amino acid arginine at position 555 with the amino acid ...
  10. ... the amino acid glutamic acid with the amino acid glutamine at position 474 in the alpha subunit. This mutation is written as Glu474Gln or E474Q. The Glu474Gln mutation and other amino acid replacements probably alter the structure of the alpha ...
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