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inactivation

 [in-ak″tĭ-va´shun]
the destruction of activity, as of a virus, by the action of heat or another agent.

in·ac·ti·va·tion

(in'ak-ti-vā'shŭn),
The process of destroying or removing the activity or the effects of an agent or substance; for example, the complementary effect of a serum may be destroyed by means of inactivation at 56°C for 30 minutes.

inactivation

/in·ac·ti·va·tion/ (in-ak″tĭ-va´shun) the destruction of biological activity, as of a virus, by the action of heat or other agent.

inactivation

the halting of biological activity.

inactivation

the destruction of activity, as of a virus, by the action of heat, chemical or other agent.
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During inactivation, it may be helpful to identify the top three priorities for the company each day and list them on a white board or butcher block in a prominent common area.
These currents decay very slowly by a process called slow (or C-type) inactivation (Fig.
Inactivation levels were determined by comparing the [log.
Given the metal concentrations at which Ape1 activity is inhibited (excluding localized accumulation) and the selective inactivation seen in cell extracts (Figure 5), it seems reasonable to conclude that Cd(II), Fe(II), and Pb(II) may promote their harmful effects through inhibition of Ape1 repair function.
We searched for another inactivation method with minimal interference in these tests.
Greg Emanuel, 95th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, kisses his wife, Beth, at the inactivation ceremony.
Pathogen Inactivation treatment: INACTINE(TM)-treated red blood cells were
Baxter and Cerus expect to be the first to file for regulatory approval of a pathogen inactivation system for platelets," stated Harry M.
Refuel seven Los Angeles-class vessels currently scheduled for inactivation.
1997) has shown that a synergistic effect occurs with combinations of certain disinfectants, with a higher-log inactivation of oocysts occurring when the chemicals are applied sequentially than when each one is used individually.
In this imperfect world, pathogen inactivation has been sought as a way to achieve a zero-risk blood supply.