monomelic

monomelic

 [mon″o-mel´ik]
affecting one limb.

mon·o·mel·ic

(mon-ō-mel'ik),
Relating to one limb.
[mono- + G. melos, limb]

mon·o·mel·ic

(mon'ō-mel'ik)
Relating to one limb.
[mono- + G. melos, limb]

monomelic

affecting one limb.
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Polyphenolic constituent compounds such as chlorogenic acid, gallic acid, monomelic flavonoids and tannins are known to form insoluble compounds with iron and render it unavailable for absorption (Thankachan 2008).
15) dead polymer chain segment with n monomelic units in the cross-linked network structure.
16) growing polymeric radical with n monomelic units.
As mentioned earlier, dimerization mutants fail to activate the ctx and tcp genes, suggesting that ToxT binding sites can be differentiated between those that require dimerization for binding (ToxT-activated promoters) and those that can bind monomelic ToxT (ToxT-repressed promoters).
9) Multicentric tumors that are monomelic can sometimes be controlled with amputation, but otherwise, radiation therapy, with or without surgery, is the mainstay of management.
Flavan-3-ol, monomelic catechins (catechin and epica-techin), their monomethylated metabolites, and proantho-cyanidin dimers and pronathocyanidin trimers were detected using LC-MS/MS in the MRM mode.
An adequate concentration of monomelic components in the formulation should be able to form strong and numerous interfacial substrate-binding interactions per molecule sufficient to cover all of the accessible internal and external substrate surfaces.
Presenting symptoms included tongue fasciculations and distal motor weakness in one or more limbs and initially were reminiscent of those of monomelic amy-otrophy.
05), where p is a fraction of the probability distribution) than that of the same monomelic formulation except that the polymerizable cyelodexinn derivatives were not included, this was supporting evidence that the polymerizable cyclodextrin derivatives contributed to improved bonding.
Monomelic amyotrophy (MMA) is a benign motor neuron disorder (MIND) in the young with male predominance (1,2).