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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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Dimeric diquinone is formed both as a result of further oxidation of the dimeric monoquinone and when hydroxylated resorcinol reacts with quinone.
Maternal serum dimeric inhibin A in second-trimester Down's syndrome pregnancies.
This reactive and protective effect of IgA antibodies is especially active and pertinent in the gut, the major source of dimeric IgA.
It can exist in a dimeric form called secretory IgA due to additional secretory peptide called "J piece" (3).
The dimer is heated until it sublimates directly to a vapor, and then it is heated further in order to break the dimeric vapor into a monomeric vapor.
Improvement in the sensitivity for detecting Down-syndrome pregnancy was achieved with the addition of dimeric inhibin A as a fourth marker in a quadruple screen.
3) Thyroglobulin is a dimeric protein found exclusively within the thyroid gland unless thyroid pathology such as thyroiditis or malignancy is present.
binding of the bacterial second messenger cyclic dimeric GMP interacts with a
Finally, it should be remembered that the current measurement of HER2 does not necessarily reflect the function of HER2 (for example, dimeric receptor status or activity), and hence potential usage of this pathway for growth, in HER2-overexpressing cancer cells.