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melting

1 the liquefaction effect of heat.
2 the thermal denaturation of double-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid into two component strands.
3 conversion of the solid to the liquid phase.

melting

Molecular biology
Thermal denaturation of a macromolecule.

melting

the denaturation of DNA.
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The new VIA Thaw series will provide certainty in cell thawing, through an automated, dry process, and complete visibility over the thawing procedure.
An industry first, MedCision's proprietary cell thawing technology is able to overcome these biophysical challenges and ultimately ensure that optimal, post-thaw cell health and efficacy is achieved.
Although there was no statistical difference, aged-only treatment (A3) had a numerically lower GSH-Px activity than all freezing/ thawing treatments.
0] is the original height of the specimen; hn is the height of specimen after n-time freeze thawing, measured through test, n is the number of freeze-thaw cycles.
Independent and closed pore structures can be seen in the air entrained concrete, and they can well relieve the internal expansion pressure caused by the freezing and thawing damage; consequently, the frost damage in air entrained concrete is much lower than that in fresh concrete.
Add some glycerol or DMSO, and you've done about as much as you can to insulate the nucleic acid from injury during freezing and thawing.
According to the company, its "off-the-shelf" PLX cell therapy product candidates will be shipped and stored in multiple dose vials that require thawing prior to use.
It appears that one could make mathematical interpretations of freezing or thawing processes that would be of particular interest to the baking industry.
2002) reported thawing two-cell mouse embryos for 10 seconds at room temperature before shaking them in a 20[degrees]C water bath for 20 seconds and subsequently passing them through a series of dilution and rehydration steps.
Radioactive carbon dating shows that most of the carbon dioxide currently emitted by thawing soils in Alaska was formed and frozen thousands of years ago.
The laboratory has been thawing them manually at room temperature (to prevent degradation of labile analytes) by blowing air from an ordinary electric fan at batches of tubes, a process requiring more than 1 h to assure complete thawing.