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Abstract: Alkyl ketene dimer (AKD) is a common sizing agent, which is suitable for any kind of cellulose and its derivatives.
The dihedral angles of PC dimers were measured among C3-C4-C8-C9 and C3-C4-C6-C7 carbon atoms for C4-C8 and C4-C6 interflavan bonds, respectively.
SV-AUC is a powerful technique that can quantify and resolve oligomeric states of proteins: Figure 1 clearly indicates the presence of sedimenting species and the sedimentation coefficient and estimated molecular weight (330kDa) correlated well with the presence of dimers of bovine IgG in formulation A.
Based on the above analysis, in this paper, we propose single Ring-shaped nanotube, dimer, and arrays and discuss its optical transmission properties by using Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method.
Agaugue et al., "HLA-G1 and HLA-G5 active dimers are present in malignant cells and effusions: the influence of the tumor microenvironment," European Journal of Immunology, vol.
Certain local rearrangements of [GAMMA] preserve the dimer measure [[mu].sub.d], see Ciucu (1998).
High concentrations of procyanidin B dimers had already been found in grape seeds.
Scientists had known that silicon dimers lie flat if two other atoms bond to them.
Actobindin induces the accumulation of actin dimers that neither nucleate polymerization nor self-associate.
Both monomers are confirmed by the presence of the respective dimers as well.
D- dimers level more than 200ng/ml were considered to show increased fibrinolysis.