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moieties

allergens (usually protein fragments at cell surfaces) triggering hypersensitivity reactions (i.e. type IV allergic reaction) in susceptible individuals
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A series of novel poly(aryl ether ketone)s containing both biphenylene moieties and sulfone linkages in the main chain were synthesized by varying the molar ratio of BPOBBP to DPODPS under the optimum polymerization reaction conditions.
As shown in Table 6, all of the coatings produced from the QAS-functional PDMS copolymer possessing the highest concentration of QAS moieties (PMHS-PDMS-Q1) delaminated or displayed poor film integrity after 15 days of artificial seawater immersion and, as a result, were not characterized for biocidal activity.
The main thrust appears to have been an emphasis on the part women played in the construction of the mundane world of moieties, clanship, family houses and residential patterns, as well as in gardening and the politics of exchange.
To determine the influence of residual ammonium acrylate moieties in emulsion films, their rates of decomposition were studied under a variety of conditions, and the amount of residual acid-salt in ink films was correlated to resistance properties.
To determine the inferred mass values of the hCG[beta]cf carbohydrate moieties, we subtracted the average molecular mass ([[M+H].
Among the Yolngu the moieties are called Dhuwa and Yirritja, and their influence is explained by Mandawuy Yunupingu, lead singer and songwriter of Yothu Yindi (Chryssides 1993,262), as
has received a patent for a golf ball comprised of a core, a cover layer encasing the core and at least one coating layer encasing the cover layer, wherein the coating layer is formed of a two-part, reactive composition comprised of a first part comprised of 5% or greater of a radiation-curable iso(thio)cyanate, wherein each molecule has at least one non-aromatic carbon-carbon unsaturation; and a second part comprised of at least one iso(thio)cyanate-reactive chemical; wherein the golf ball further comprises at least one indicia layer adjoining the coating layer, and wherein the indicia layer is formed from an ink composition comprised of one or more radiation-curable moieties crosslinkable to the radiation-curable iso(thio)cyanate in the coating layer.
This allows the recombinant ribonucleases of this invention to be fused in-frame with ligand binding moieties to form cytotoxic fusion proteins.
The goal of researchers in Georgia was to determine the effects of freezing and thawing on changes in the protein moieties of plain soft and Monterey Jack (MJ) goat milk cheeses.
We further purified the enzyme moieties from the aromatase-rich equine testis, giving better yields than placenta.
Her approach relies on the introduction of electrophilic organometallic moieties in to chloroarenes, which become highly reactive to undergo SNAr polymerization reactions.
The stem keeps these two moieties in close proximity to each other, so that the fluorescence is quenched by energy transfer and the fluorophore is unable to fluoresce.