bioactivity


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bioactivity

(bī′ō-ăk-tĭv′ĭ-tē)
n.
The effect of a given agent, such as a vaccine, upon a living organism or on living tissue.

bioactivity

[-aktiv′itē]
any response from or reaction in living tissue. bioactive, adj.

bi·o·ac·tiv·i·ty

(bī'ō-ak-tiv'i-tē)
The property of exerting an effect on or response from a living organism.
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Through literature retrieval, there have been no reports about the research on the chemical composition and the bioactivity of Basilicum polystachyon.
In the present investigation, we reported the sol-gel synthesis of sodium niobate coating by varying the concentration of sodium to improve the bioactivity, adhesion strength, hydrophilicity and to reduce the corrosion on the 316L SS substrates in biological solutions.
The micrographs of samples after the bioactivity assay, in images by secondary electron scanning of the materials, are represented in Figure 3.
The disk diffusion assay confirmed the bioactivity of the released antibiotic (Fig.
Evidence for the secretion of thyrotropin with enhanced bioactivity in syndromes of thyroid hormone resistance.
She explained that therefore, the site of attachment on the structural scaffold was all-important in determining the bioactivity of the small molecule.
Endothelial dysfunction, characterized by a loss of nitric oxide (NO) bioactivity, occurs early on in the development of atherosclerosis, and determines future vascular complications.
Functional bioactivity is tested through Genscript's internal bioassay department as well as through a professional third party, reducing negative risks and guaranteeing a high quality product.
Rutgers University, will deliver the opening day keynote address, "Perspectives on Bioactivity.
The present study deals with the bioactivity assessment of 5,11,17,28-tetrakismorpholinomethyl-25,26,27,28-tetrahydroxycalix[4]arene (3) against a variety of microorganisms including Gram Positive; Staphylococcus albus ATCC 10231, Streptococcus viridans ATCC 12392, Gram Negative: Bacillus procynous ATCC 51189, Enterobacter aerogenes ATCC 13048, Klebsiella aerogenous ATCC 10031, Escherichia coli ATCC 8739, Sallmonella ATCC 6017 and Fungi: Aspergillus Niger ATCC 16404, Aspergillus fumagatus ATCC 90906, Penicillium ATCC 32333.
Bioactivity has more to do with the product's purity than with solubility or glucan source.
Blumberg and McKay reviewed the scientific literature on the bioactivity of chamomile, they found no human clinical trials that examined this calming effect.