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.

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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For analysis of samples with unknown composition, androgenic bioactivity was expressed in terms of testosterone equivalents.
Through literature retrieval, there have been no reports about the research on the chemical composition and the bioactivity of Basilicum polystachyon.
When the bioactivity of an extract can be accounted for by an individual or group of constituents, it is most like a drug in the sense that the identified chemicals account for the activity of that extract.
Study of Bioactivity. Figure 5 shows the FTIR spectra of MBGs with different chemical compositions before and after soaking in SBF for 12 h.
“Our drying method is truly groundbreaking in terms of retaining bioactivity,” said Mark Savarese, CEO of PowderPure.
Sessions will include: Con trolling Cell Behavior through Bioactive Materials; Chemical Approaches for Creating Bioactive Materials; Approaches to Regeneration of Musculoskeletal Tissues; Data-driven Presentations on Bioactivity; Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine; Immunogenicity of Decellularized Materials; Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine; Imaging and Characterization of Cells on Bioactive Scaffolds; and Translational Research in Regenerative Medicine.
Lee and Rhee [10] reported the positive influence of silica in the bioactivity of PMMA composite.
This metric takes value in the [0,1] range, with higher values of TAS taken to represent a higher level of chemical bioactivity.
This tackles one of the key challenges in drug design: rapid identification of molecules which simultaneously satisfy multiple bioactivity and drug-like criteria for clinical testing.
* GF Bioactivity Evaluations and Formulation Supports for Customers' Finished Formulations
The key role of nutraceutical excipients in reducing the bioactivity during the production of dietary supplements and functional foods will drive the utilization in pharmaceutical and food industries.