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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 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.
Thorne (heat treated) Fractionated Pectin Powder = Superior.
Compared to the fractionated payment system, the general reverse charge system, which is equivalent to a sales tax, weakens EC cohesion.
All groups of PDT-treated animals with single and fractionated hypericin dosing presented primary vascular reactions including vascular dilatation, congestion, thrombosis and oedema.
The week-long trials utilized Ethanex's fractionated corn feedstock generated at Satake USA Inc.
The concentrated eluants were then fractionated by liquid chromatography using a semi-preparative aminopropyl-silane column with hexane as the mobile phase.
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.
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.
OCC PULP FRACTIONATION-A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FRACTIONATED AND UNFRACTIONATED STOCK
Dr Lederman performed an innovative treatment known as fractionated sterotactic radiosurgery, which attacks tumours with high doses of pinpoint radiation.
Novolak resins fractionated using a liquid/liquid centrifugal fractionation/separation technique were characterized and contrasted to resins fractionated by conventional methods.