In our work, using atrial tissue, we demonstrated that EOAs diminished both cardiac force and frequency reversibly
and dependent on concentration.
The SaO2 signifies the percentage of oxygen chemically and reversibly
bound to hemoglobin.
Two different types of gene therapy, one involving transplantation of reversibly
immortalized hepatocytes and the other enhancement of telomere function, hold promise for treating liver failure and cirrhosis without the need for transplantation.
Individual molecules can be reversibly
activated by various means such as light, chemicals and external electrical or magnetic fields.
WarmStart RTx is reversibly
inhibited at room temperature, and is activated when warmed above 40 degrees C, enabling researchers to set up their reactions at room temperature with no background reverse transciptase activity.
donning a reversibly
foreshortened absorbent article in a pre-application state, the absorbent article comprising front region and a back region separated by a crotch, the absorbent article further comprising side panels, wherein in the pre-application state the absorbent article comprises a furled continuous belt formed by the side panels and the front and back regions of the absorbent article, wherein the furled continuous belt comprises multiple rolls, wherein the side panels have a pre-application side panel length, Li, and a post-application side panel length, Lf, wherein Li, is less than Lf; and b.
US Patent No.: 8,672,914 B2 Absorbent article having a telescoping waist: Gregory Ashton, Cincinnati, OH, US; Eiro Fukuda, Mason, OH, US; Eric Patton Weinberger, Fairfield, OH, US; and Daniel Clark Buchner, Boston, MA, US. Assigned to The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, US
The rough surface makes it opaque for one thing, and enables one to do something never possible before: It offers the ability to make every droplet of oil or water that is placed on it reversibly
start and stop in their tracks.
They also will look into developing an electrolyte system that will allow the battery to automatically and reversibly
shut off at high temperatures -- a safety mechanism that could prove vital in electric car applications.
Under compression, multiple interdependent walls reversibly
buckle in stages, one wall at a time, without bottoming out.
In effect OptiSol users either rescue reversibly
aggregated protein samples or they aggregation-proof their protein samples.
While the mechanism of action is not fully understood, the drug reversibly
inhibits platelet aggregation induced by a variety of stimuli, including thrombin, collagen, arachidonic acid, epinephrine, and shear stress.
MS-325 is a first-in-class gadolinium-based imaging agent that binds reversibly
to serum albumin.