In general, cationic
methacrylates and methacrylamides are more reactive than their acrylate and acrylamide counterparts.
As a result of its focus on R&D, the company produces a full range of packaging inks, including free radical and cationic
UV inks, which is fairly unique.
Cecropin A, B1, B2 iso-forms have 19, 22 and 21 cationic
amino acids respectively, and most of them exist other than the secondary structures.
Besides being tolerant toward a sol-gel process, cationic
photopolymerization also gives interesting opportunities to devise novel methods toward hybrids.
During the first week of the trial, while being trained to use the Calan gates, all cows were fed a low potassium close-up dry cationic
diet (+28 mEq/kg DM; Table 1).
emulsifiers offer the formulator a new tool in developing products to meet consumer needs and wants.
The new patent, entitled, "Adjuvant Compositions and Methods for Enhancing Immune Responses to Polynucleotide-Based Vaccines," covers the use of cationic
lipid formulations, including Vaxfectin, as adjuvants.
Besides, the report provides cationic
starch prices in regional markets.
offers a low cost, alternative technology to the conventional cationic
chemistry normally used for this application, the company says.
The superabsorbent polymer particles are coated with cationic
polymers having 1 to 25 mol/kg, referring to the total weight of the cationic
polymers, of cationic
groups, which can be protonated.
Alternatively, nonviral agents, such as cationic
polymers, are easy to manufacture, and present low immunogenicity and high nucleic-acid-cargo capacity.
Where colloidal particles are highly negatively charged, cationic
polymers are more efficient (11).