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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It is noteworthy to mention that thermal degradation of PLA can propagate through oxidative, random main-chain scission, zipper-like depolymerization, hydrolysis by trace amounts of water, intramolecular transesterification to monomer & oligomeric esters, and intramolecular transesterification resulting in the formation of monomelic and oligomeric lactides [15].
Keywords: Juvenile muscular atrophy, Monomelic amyotrophy, Ulnar entrapment.
Sodium nitrite pipeline corrosion inhibitors, reacting with monomelic fatty acid type lubricity improvers or other acidic components, were postulated to be a possible pathway to soap formation [13].
Skeletal survey showed unilateral monomelic similar like lesions involving right lower limb and right iliac bone, right humerus and radius.
Central motor conduction in brachial monomelic amyotrophy.
Monomelic amyotrophy associated with the 7472insC mutation in the mtDNA tRNA gene.
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).
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.
More than half of the compounds are intermediates in the biosynthesis of the monomelic building blocks that polymerize to yield macromolecules.