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cleaved

(klēvd) split or separated, as by cutting.
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This protein can trigger cell suicide, but only when cleaved by a type of enzyme not normally present in people or mice.
Under physiologic conditions, the thrombin-sensitive region can be cleaved after [Arg.
Unfortunately the cleaved edge will rarely be at right angles to the wafer resulting in an unknown geometry.
We report the unusual case of a 73-year-old man with follicular small cleaved cell lymphoma involving a right groin lymph node 13 years before present admission who had a composite lymphoma, with a combination of nodular sclerosing Hodgkin disease (HD) and follicular small cleaved cell lymphoma.
Slough, United Kingdom) has patented a DNA sequence coding for a cleavage site which is specifically cleaved by blood coagulation Factor Xa, a vector containing such a sequence, and a host organism transformed with such a vector.
The modern diamond starts from the rough crystal, which is divided, or cleaved, by the cutter, following the crystal's natural grain.
Thus the same current may flow as at a lower cure state and the same quantity of linkages may be cleaved, but crack formation and electrolyte absorption actually decrease.
APP is cleaved into a number of toxic peptides, including A42, which is cleaved from the middle while the others are cleaved from the N- and C- terminal ends.
The oxidation was independent of the V/III ratio of the growth, impurity level in the initial epilayer, and specimen edge preparation, whether wet etched, ion milled, chemically-assisted ion-beam etched, or cleaved.
Moreover, they found that the strain cleaved hemagglutinin with a protease called plasmin, which is easily derived from plasminogen a precursor widely available in the host.