After 30 minutes of radiography, we saw a blurring and suspicious shadow, suggesting probable right upper pole moiety
with its proximal ureter.
FDA has interpreted this exclusivity provision to prohibit approval of another drug for the same orphan use that has the same active moiety
as the protected drug.
Thus, further experimentation was conducted using the PMHS-PDMS starting copolymer that had a hydride equivalent weight of 245 g/mol which, at a given QAS moiety
concentration, produces PDMS copolymers possessing a lower concentration of pendant trimethoxysilane groups.
The geometry of the 3-nitrophenolate moiety
is shown in Figures 6 and 7.
All members of a moiety
were considered to be related.
The lower moiety
collecting system was dilated, whereas the upper moiety
collecting system was normal (Figure 1A).
Novartis says the myfortic delivers the same moiety
delivered by Roche Pharmaceuticals Cellcept (MMF, mycophenolate mofetil) which is taken by more than 80% of the new kidney transplant recipients in the US as part of their immunosuppressive regimen.
There are three principle DNA methyltransferases, Dnmt 1, Dnmt 3a, and Dnmt 3b that catalyze the transfer of a methyl moiety
from the cofactor S-adenosyl-L-methionine (SAM).
The 3-L-cladinose sugar moiety
is removed, and the resulting 3-hydroxy group is oxidized to a 3-keto group, which is responsible for preventing induction of macrolide resistance (72).
The role of the primary amine on the pendant sugar moiety
for enantiorecognition is unknown.
For instance, Section A of one verse refers only to moiety
A of the whole Ngaju tribal group, while Section B--though synonymous with Section A, only expressed differently--is valid only for moiety
The currently accepted structural model of the N-linked carbohydrates found on hCG[beta] is of a complex biantennary moiety
terminating in sialic acid based on a trimannosyl core (12).