flip-flop


flip-flop
flip-flop
término utilizado para designar el movimiento de vaivén que tiene una proteína transmembrana en el interior de la bicapa de fosfolípidos. Un ejemplo típico de este flip-flop es el experimentado por el bucle de aminoácidos extracelulares entre los TM-II y TM-IV de la subunidad GluR2 del receptor para AMPA

Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. . 2010.


Diccionario médico. 2013.

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  • flip-flop — ● flip flop nom masculin (anglais flip flop, onomatopée) Synonyme de bascule bistable. ● flip flop (synonymes) nom masculin (anglais flip flop, onomatopée) Synonymes : bascule bistable ⇒FLIP FLOP, subst. masc. CYBERNÉTIQUE, INFORMAT. ,,Circuit… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Flip Flop — Разработчик Gamos Издатель …   Википедия

  • flip-flop — flip′ flop n. v. flopped, flop•ping 1) inf a sudden or unexpected reversal, as of opinion or policy 2) spo a backward somersault 3) elo Also called flip′ flop cir cuit. an electronic circuit having two stable conditions, each one corresponding to …   From formal English to slang

  • flip-flop — past tense and past participle flip flopped present participle flip flopping v [i]AmE informal to change your opinion about something >flip flop n ▪ an incredible political flip flop …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • flip-flop — flip flops, flip flopping, flip flopped 1) N PLURAL Flip flops are open shoes which are held on your feet by a strap that goes between your toes. [mainly BRIT] (in AM, usually use thongs) 2) VERB (disapproval) If you say that someone, especially… …   English dictionary

  • flip-flop — /flip flop /, n., adv., v., flip flopped, flip flopping. n. 1. Informal. a sudden or unexpected reversal, as of direction, belief, attitude, or policy. 2. a backward somersault. 3. Also called flip flop circuit. Electronics. an electronic circuit …   Universalium

  • flip-flop — [flip′fläp΄] n. ☆ 1. an acrobatic spring backward from the feet to the hands and back to the feet 2. an abrupt change, as to an opposite opinion 3. a flapping noise 4. THONG (sense 3) 5. Electronics a circuit having two stable states and… …   English World dictionary

  • flip-flop — s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} TS elettron. multivibratore bistabile {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1967. ETIMO: ingl. amer. flip flop, comp. di flip rotazione, movimento e flop tonfo …   Dizionario italiano

  • flip-flop — flip ,flop1 verb intransitive AMERICAN INFORMAL to change your opinion completely in a way that annoys other people: It is clear why the President flip flopped on healthcare reform right before the election. flip flop flip ,flop 2 noun count 1. ) …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • flip-flop — also flip flop, thong sandal, by 1972, imitative of the sound of walking in them (flip flap had been used in various echoic senses, mostly echoic, since 1520s); sense of complete reversal of direction dates from 1900. Flip flaps, a peculiar… …   Etymology dictionary