biochemical


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bi·o·chem·i·cal

(bī'ō-kem'i-kăl),
Relating to biochemistry.

biochemical

adjective Referring to biochemistry.

bi·o·chem·i·cal

(bī'ō-kem'i-kăl)
Relating to biochemistry.
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Sysmex expects to generate sales of about 30 million yen (US $254,000) for biochemical analyzers and about 25 million yen (US $210,000) for blood gas analyzers in the first year.
Three hydraulic barriers that can stop and destroy a 15,000-pound vehicle traveling at 50 mph were installed in front of the biochemical facility so that authorized vehicles can enter and exit as the bollards lower.
pseudogenitalium was divided into 5 types based on biochemical patterns, and strains of the type C-5 were differentiated from other types on the basis of urease production.
Regardless, X-ray spectromicroscopy offers environmental scientists chemical detail and unaltered observations like never before, which is key to understanding the complex biochemical reactions that bacteria undergo in the environment.
The presence of positive margins is an important risk factor for biochemical relapse of prostate cancer.