Appendix:List of protologisms/Long words/Titin

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Etymology

From the chemicals which constitute the protein. In order of first appearance,

  • methionyl (which appears 337 times, including as the first component)
  • threonyl (which appears 2083 times, initially as the second and third component)
  • glutaminyl (which appears 724 times, initially as the fourth component)
  • alanyl (which appears 2304 times, initially as the fifth component)
  • prolyl (which appears 1834 times, initially as the sixth component)
  • phenyl (which appears 672 times, initially as the eighth component)
  • leucyl (which appears 1694 times, initially as the thirteenth component)
  • seryl (which appears 1910 times, initially as the fifteenth component, and for the last time as the penultimate component)
  • valyl (which appears 2414 times, initially as the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth component)
  • glutamyl (which appears 2324 times, initially as the twentieth component)
  • glycyl (which appears 1731 times, initially as the twenty-first component)
  • histidyl (which appears 391 times, initially as the thirtieth component)
  • isoleucyl (which appears 1657 times, initially as the thirty-first component, and not including one occurrence of isoleucine as the final component)
  • tryptophyl (which appears 401 times, initially as the forty-second component)
  • arginyl (which appears 1405 times, initially as the forty-fifth component)
  • aspartyl (which appears 1430 times, initially as the forty-sixth component)
  • lysyl (which appears 2199 times, initially as the sixty-ninth component)
  • asparaginyl (which appears 902 times, initially as the seventy-ninth component)
  • tyrosyl (which appears 829 times, initially as the eighty-third component)
  • cysteinyl (which appears 356 times, initially as the nine hundred and thirty-second component)
  • isoleucine (which appears 1 time, as the final component)