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bi·o·syn·thet·ic

(bī'ō-sin-thet'ik),
Relating to or produced by biosynthesis.

bi·o·syn·thet·ic

(bī'ō-sin-thet'ik)
Relating to or produced by biosynthesis.
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Under the agreement, Teewinot Life Sciences Corp's patented biosynthetic technology is licensed to produce NEMUS' proprietary cannabinoid molecules.
The current status of biosynthetic mesh for ventral hernia repair.
MiR-184 is involved in regulation of development and cellular biosynthetic process: Total of common 38 genes were predicted with the two softwares and used for the GO term enrichment (Table 1).
The bronchoscopic placement of biosynthetic mesh is an added modality in the treatment of the difficult problem of RTF, and holds great promise.
Because cardiac myocytes possess a biosynthetic apparatus, including enzymes for elaborate propeptide processing, cardiac prohormone maturation has proven to be much more complex than initially assumed.
A new study shows these bacteria have the genetic capacity to produce products such as antibiotics, herbicides, and anticancer agents (7) Researchers used bioinformatic analysis of three strains of Frankia to identify dozens of biosynthetic gene clusters--that is, genes used by Frankia to manufacture the compounds it needs to survive and thrive.
One of its engines will run on a 50/50 mix of regular fuel and biosynthetic kerosene.
In addition to providing the latest information on plant structures and processes in well- illustrated chapters, new features include chapters on genome organization and gene expression, and signal transduction; an appendix on hormone biosynthetic pathways; and online resources.
Its introduction by Lilly in 1982 revolutionized the treatment of diabetes by providing a biosynthetic version of human insulin, a naturally occurring hormone produced by the pancreas that regulates blood sugar but is diminished or absent in people with diabetes.
The biosynthetic cornea can help regenerate and repair damaged eye tissue and improve vision.
The biosynthetic implants created from human collagen have led to dramatic improvements in six out of 10 cases.
A typical metabolic engineering workflow involves the recognition of an interesting product and the identification of the biosynthetic pathway leading to that product.