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English-German translation for: β-Tubulin
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biochem. beta-tubulin <β-tubulin>Beta-Tubulin {n} <β-Tubulin>
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beta <Β, β, ϐ> [Greek letter]Beta {n} <Β, β, ϐ> [griechischer Buchstabe]
biochem. tubulin-tyrosine ligaseTubulin-Tyrosin-Ligase {f}
med. betagalactosidase <β-galactosidase>Betagalaktosidase {f} <β-Galaktosidase>
biochem. alpha-tubulin <α-tubulin>Alpha-Tubulin {n} <α-Tubulin>
biochem. delta-tubulin <δ-tubulin>Delta-Tubulin {n} <δ-Tubulin>
biochem. epsilon-tubulin <ε-tubulin>Epsilon-Tubulin {n} <ε-Tubulin>
biochem. gamma-tubulin <γ-tubulin>Gamma-Tubulin {n} <γ-Tubulin>
biochem. β-propeller domainβ-Propellerdomäne {f}
biochem. β-keratinsβ-Keratine {pl}
biochem. FoodInd. pharm. beta-carotene <β-carotene> [E-160a] [C40H56]Betacarotin {n} <β-Carotin>
biochem. beta-gal <β-gal> [short for: beta-galactosidase]β-Galactosidase {f}
biochem. beta-glucan <β-glucan>Betaglukan {n} <β-Glukan> [Rsv.] [Betaglucan]
pharm. β-hydroxybutanoic acid <BHB> [also: 3-hydroxybutanoic acid] [C4H8O3]β-Hydroxybutansäure {f} <BHB> [auch: 3-Hydroxybutansäure]
biochem. β-hydroxybutyric acid <BHB> [also: 3-hydroxybutyric acid] [C4H8O3]β-Hydroxybuttersäure {f} <BHB> [auch: 3-Hydroxybuttersäure]
phys. beta spectrum <β spectrum>Betaspektrum {n} <β-Spektrum>
phys. beta ray <β ray>Betastrahl {m} <β-Strahl>
phys. beta rays <β rays>Betastrahlen {pl} <β-Strahlen>
MedTech. phys. beta radiation <β radiation>Betastrahlung {f} <β-Strahlung>
phys. beta particle <β particle>Betateilchen {n} <β-Teilchen>
phys. beta decay <β decay>Betazerfall {m} <β-Zerfall>
mineral. zhanghengite <β-CuZn>Zhanghengit {m} <β-CuZn>
stat. beta error <β error> [type II error]Beta-Fehler {m} <β-Fehler> [Fehler zweiter Art]
biochem. tubulinTubulin {n}
biochem. tubulin familyTubulinfamilie {f}
biochem. beta-endorphin <β-endorphin>beta-Endorphin {n} <β-Endorphin> [auch: Beta-Endorphin, Betaendorphin]
biochem. beta-glucan <β-glucan>Beta-Glukan {n} <β-Glukan> [Rsv.] [Beta-Glucan]
biochem. β-cryptoxanthin [also: cryptoxanthol, caricaxanthin] [C40H56O]β-Cryptoxanthin {n} [auch: Caricaxanthin, Cryptoxanthol]
biochem. β-cyclocitral [C10H16O]β-Cyclocitral {n}
biochem. beta-glucan <β-glucan>Betaglucan {n} <β-Glucan>
biochem. beta sheet structure <β sheet structure>Beta-Faltblattstruktur {f} <β-Faltblattstruktur>
biol. beta cell <β-cell, B cell>Betazelle {f} <β-Zelle, B-Zelle>
med. beta amyloid <β-amyloid> [amyloid beta]Beta-Amyloid {n} <β-Amyloid>
biochem. beta-lactamase <β-lactamase>Betalaktamase / Beta-Laktamase {f} <β-Laktamase>
biochem. beta-glucan <β-glucan>Beta-Glucan {n} <β-Glucane>
biochem. β-keratinβ-Keratin {n}
anat. med. beta efferents <β-efferents>Beta-Efferenzen {pl} <β-Efferenzen>
biochem. beta sheet <β sheet>Beta-Faltblatt {n} <β-Faltblatt>
comp. beta reduction <β-reduction>Beta-Reduktion {f} <β-Reduktion>
biochem. beta-turn <β-turn>Beta-Schleife {f} <β-Schleife>
biochem. beta strand <β strand>Beta-Strang {m} <β-Strang>
phys. beta particle <β particle>Beta-Teilchen {n} <β-Teilchen>
biochem. beta subunit <β subunit>Beta-Untereinheit {f} <β-Untereinheit>
biochem. beta subunits <β subunits>Beta-Untereinheiten {pl} <β-Untereinheiten>
biochem. beta-lactamase <β-lactamase>Betalactamase / Beta-Lactamase {f} <β-Lactamase>
biochem. beta pleated sheet <β-pleated sheet>Beta-Faltblatt {n} <β-Faltblatt>
biochem. beta-carbon atom <β-carbon atom>Beta-Kohlenstoffatom {n} <β-Kohlenstoffatom>
comp. beta normal form <β-normal form>Beta-Normalform {f} <β-Normalform>
biochem. beta-amylase <β-amylase>Beta-Amylase {f} <β-amylase>
biochem. beta-galactosidase <β-galactosidase>Beta-Galactosidase {f} <β-Galactosidase>
biochem. beta-lactoglobulin <β-lactoglobulin>Beta-Lactoglobulin {n} <β-Lactoglobulin>
biochem. beta-oxidation <β-oxidation>Beta-Oxidation {f} <β-Oxidation>
chem. mass concentration <g/L, g/dL, γ, p>Massenkonzentration {f} <g/l, g/dl, β, p> [Formelzeichen: β, p; Einheit (Beispiel): g/l, g/dl]
 
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