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uncoupler

an agent that inhibits ATP synthesis by dissociating it from the electron transport system at one or more of the phosphorylation sites.
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Polyoptics' technology consists of two major innovations: Optical simulation calculations to zero in on the optimal uncouple structure pattern; and precision tool inserts made via laser processing or laser lithography.
Author Joanna Blythman says this is because: "The huge emphasis on snacking has helped uncouple British eating from the civilising protocols to which countries with sound food cultures still adhere.
Manufactured as one moving part for easier maintenance, the simple design includes a quarter-turn reverse to save time and it is easier than having to uncouple the supply line and turn the entire hose several times.
That's right, the girl cars couple and uncouple with the male locomotives depending on personality whims.
Bynari's InsightConnector allows Microsoft(R) Outlook users to uncouple their dependence on Microsoft Exchange.
With less than two minutes to go before hitting the earth, Ritchie strapped on a parachute and climbed out onto the top of the capsule to uncouple a propane canister, which weighed 1 ton.
If the airlines were to eliminate standard commissions and begin charging a transaction fee, airlines would uncouple and create a transparency for their cost of distribution, create a revenue stream that would offset their internal cost of distribution and further legitimize transaction fees for the agency community.