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fractionate

(frak′shŏ-nāt″)
To separate or divide a mixture, usually by means of the differing physical or chemical properties of its components.
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A non-ablative (deep) fractionated laser procedure is added to improve the appearance of stretch marks.
Our team brings together the perfect combination of innovation, expertise, experience and past performance to successfully demonstrate the value and flexibility of a fractionated approach to satellite systems," said Dr.
RAV12 was moderately well-tolerated with fractionated dosing that allowed delivery of an "effective dose" (i.
Fractionated coconut oil is oil that has been refined through a heating process that has eliminated almost all of the long-chain triglycerides.
A 53-year-old woman had multiple erythematous papules and pustules densely distributed over her face, neck, and chest (Figure 1, panel A) 2 weeks after receiving fractionated C[O.
Fractionated ownership inhibits borrowing, raises barriers to expansion and modernization, and leads to systematic under-use of affected properties.
The fractionated grain from the Ethanex process outperformed the theoretical yields calculated in the lab at Ethanol Technologies.
The concentrated eluants were then fractionated by liquid chromatography using a semi-preparative aminopropyl-silane column with hexane as the mobile phase.
3] the mice were intraperitoneally injected with hypericin, either in a single dose (5 mg/kg; 1 or 6 h before laser irradiation) or two fractionated doses (2.
The four million euro plant, completed in November of last year, will enable Unimills to produce 80,000 tons of fractionated products a year and 450,000 tons of refined products annually.
According to Xethanol, the process, developed at DOE's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), enables wood or herbaceous biomass feedstocks to be more easily fractionated using a single-phase process that produces pure end products which can be fermented into ethanol and xylitol, among other products.
After treatment with fractionated heparin and acenocoumarol the patient was further evaluated for the presence of tumor recurrence or distant metastases as an explanation for her thromboembolism.