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direct exposure probe

A variant of the direct insertion probe (or direct probe) in which the sample to be analysed by mass spectrometry is coated on a surface that is inserted within the ion source of the spectrometer, and thus exposed directly to the ionisation beam in the source. The DEP can be used to generate mass spectra of otherwise nonvolatile sample molecules.
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Targeted DEP conjugates, whether using whole antibodies or their fragments, have a number of important advantages over standard antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) that include the potential for higher drug loading, new intellectual
If AstraZeneca does not exercise its option to licence the DEP drug candidate within the defined period, Starpharma has the option to license the rights to develop and commercialise this DEP drug either itself or through a sub-licensee; with milestones and royalties paid to AstraZeneca upon commercialisation of the DEP product.
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Of the RX products that were identified, 75 contained the phthalate polymers HMP, CAP, and PVAP (data not shown), and 50 contained the ortho-phthalates DEP and/or DBP (6 contained DBP, and 1 contained both DEP and DBP) (Table 1).
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After MPs took parliament oath in Kurdish instead of Turkish in 1994, DEP MPs immunity was lifted and the MPs were sent to prison.
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