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bi·o·syn·thet·ic

(bī'ō-sin-thet'ik),
Relating to or produced by biosynthesis.

bi·o·syn·thet·ic

(bī'ō-sin-thet'ik)
Relating to or produced by biosynthesis.
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These experiments foreshadow the long range goals of an effort to understand the structure, function and regulation of a specific pteridine biosynthetic gene during the development of a multicellular eukaryotic organism.
Pasinetti is currently exploring the possibility of delivering biosynthetic polyphenols nasally or subcutaneously, thereby preventing them from being metabolized in the liver.
4 nM) and its biosynthetic precursor progesterone (155 nM) in sediment samples from one of the sites of the Fenholloway River studied by Parks et al.
The patent covers a gene target (homocitrate synthase) in the biosynthetic pathway by which fungi produce lysine, a nutrient necessary for fungi to thrive, as well as methods enabling the discovery of chemicals that inhibit enzymatic steps within the lysine pathway.
They created two new biosynthetic pathways--in effect transplanting four enzymes from bacteria and making new use of one of the plants' native enzymes, the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, or PDC.
In general, scientists at the university are interested in developing molecular cloning systems that permit the production of new enzymes involved in food processing more quickly and cheaply, new processes utilizing enzyme immobilization and the use of enzymes for biosynthetic processes and redox reactions relevant to foods.
3) Many different assay systems have been developed for measurement of GH concentrations, involving a variety of either polyclonal or monoclonal antibodies and calibrator preparations consisting of purified pituitary GH, biosynthetic GH, or calibrated serum calibrators [1, 3-6]
Neurons are the cells that carry out the functions of the brain, consisting of a cell body that contains genetic instructions together with the cell's biosynthetic machinery and a long projection called an axon, which reaches to the next neuron in the circuit.
Natural products present in the plant and animal kingdom offer a huge diversity of chemical structures which are the result of biosynthetic processes that have been modulated over the millennia through genetic effects.
It was previously shown that the introduction of the terpene 7-epizingiberene biosynthetic pathway from a wild tomato in trichomes of cultivated tomato results in an enhanced resistance to insects.
Many pathogenic microorganisms produce vitamins, and these biosynthetic pathways may provide suitable targets for development of new drugs.
A sampling of topics: mining bacterial cell division and bacterial secretion systems for new antibacterial drugs, recent developments in natural products and their potential impact on antibacterial drug discovery, biosynthetic engineering, indigenous human microbiota, and novel targets related to the host-parasite relationship in tuberculosis.