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bi·o·chem·i·cal

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

adjective Referring to biochemistry.
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bi·o·chem·i·cal

(bī'ō-kem'i-kăl)
Relating to biochemistry.
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We made prolonged fasting test to the patients with a close follow-up and the serum glucose, insulin, c-peptide and insulin glucose ratio detected at the third and 4th hours of the test were biochemically suitable with insulinoma.
Majority 26 (63.5%) of adrenal lesions were found to be non-secreting or biochemically inert.
isolates were biochemically confirmed and subjected to PCR amplification, targeting 23S rRNA spacer region, by using S.
In this case, the child responded biochemically to hydroxocobalamin (1 mg daily) in combination with protein restriction with no further complications, remaining asymptomatic.
In most of the reported cases, patients were clinically and biochemically euthyroid.
To biochemically verify the binding pose identified in the docking studies, we performed the substituted cysteine accessibility method to assess the position of cocaine and the PALs in DAT by their ability to protect engineered Cys residues from reacting with methanethiosulfonate reagents.
Functional medicine is a model for 21st century health care that focuses on identifying and addressing the underlying causes of chronic disease by recognizing that each patient is biochemically unique, a product of the continuous interaction between their genes, their environment, and their lifestyle choices.
Coauthor Robert Greene, professor of psychiatry and a physician at the Dallas VA Medical Center, indicates the study is unique in showing that the need for sleep (called sleep homeostasis) can be separated from wakefulness both behaviorally and biochemically, meaning the two processes now can be studied individually.
One of the challenges with E.coli 0121 in particular is that it is not biochemically unique.
A new formulation of synthetic, biochemically absorbable polymers is creating opportunities in the medical device and pharmaceutical fields.
"The isolated colony of bacteria is biochemically tested to classify it and to see how resistant it is to antibiotics.
"The isolated colony of bacteria is then biochemically tested to classify it and to see how resistant it is to antibiotics.

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