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di·mer·ic

(dī-mĕr'ik), Avoid the mispronunciation di'meric.
Having the characteristics of a dimer.

di·mer·ic

(dī-mĕr'ik)
Having the characteristics of a dimer.
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To form dimeric 9-anthracene carboxylic acid (Di-AC) particles, 2 g of AC was mixed with 40 mL of THF under magnetic stirring, a nitrogen purge, and subsequently exposed to a 302 nm wavelength UV lamp (UVP, UVM-28), with a light density of approximately 1,300 [micro]W [cm.
We calculated the potential energy curves along the torsion angle of the (R-pyrogallol)CH-(R-pyrogallol) bond of the dimeric precursors of 2,8,14,20-tetramethylpyrogallol[4]arene and 2,8,14,20-tetramethylpyrogallol[4] arene using density functional theory (Koch & Holthausen 2001, Peverati & Baldridge 2008).
Dimeric diquinone is formed both as a result of further oxidation of the dimeric monoquinone and when hydroxylated resorcinol reacts with quinone.
Uder, "Reversibility and time-dependency of contrast medium induced inhibition of 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)2,5-diphenyl-tetrazolium bromide (MTT) conversion in renal proximal tubular cells in vitro: comparison of a monomeric and a dimeric nonionic iodinated contrast medium," Investigative Radiology, vol.
Although inclusion of dimeric organo-metallic reagents and solvent molecules has been demonstrated both experimentally and computationally (Anders et.
2,3) Test performance was relatively inefficient but was improved when additional second-trimester markers, including unconjugated estrio (l,4) human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG),5 free [beta]-hCG, (6) and dimeric inhibin-A, (7) were identified and introduced in the late 1980s.
The seeds from this plant contain active coagulating agents characterized as dimeric cationic proteins, having molecular weight of 13 kDa and an isoelectric point between 10 and 11.
March 7, 2013 -- Minerva Biotechnologies says its scientists have converted human stem cells to the "naive" state and maintained them indefinitely culturing the cells in the dimeric form of a newly discovered natural human growth factor, called NM23-H1.
March 7, 2013 -- Minerva Biotechnologies, a leading cancer and stem cell development company says that its scientists have converted established human stem cells to the elusive "naive" state and maintained them indefinitely simply by culturing the cells in the dimeric form of a newly discovered natural human growth factor, called NM23-H1.
Overall, dimeric compounds - those with two ETP molecules joined together - appeared to be more effective at killing cancer cells than single molecules (known as monomers).
IgA and J chain are synthesized by plasma cells in the submucosa and secreted as dimeric (d) IgA.