At 12 h of pepsin digestion cross-link
native pericardium with GA and DPPA for four different periods exhibited the increasing trend in weight loss with the increase in cross-linking time.
Spoerl E, Huhle M, Seiler T (1998) Induction of cross-links
in corneal tissue.
Areas examined for the cross-link
included: set screw pop off, set screw stripped, set screw fracture, and cross-link
Currently, we have the capacity to synthesize mimics of clinically relevant interstrand cross-links
Capture and reporter probes are then added and hybridized to their complementary target sequences, at which time the sample is irradiated with ultraviolet (UV) (3) light to induce the formation of a covalent cross-link
between the probes and target.
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By additional proteolysis and sequencing, we have found many cross-links
within involucrin and between such proteins as involucrin and desmoplakin, or cystatin [Alpha], or envoplakin, or loricrin and SPRs.
are formed as a result of a chemical reaction between proteins in the body and circulating blood glucose.
Crumb rubber from scrap tires can be devulcanized by a relatively simple process using chemical additives to soften the crumb because scission of the sulfur-sulfur cross-links
PEG showed least ability to cross-link
the biomaterials (Fig:3).
As an effect of cross-linking, irradiated samples show a 2-3 decades higher viscosity as a result of the deformation restraint by cross-links
Cannon and Foster (1) were the first to postulate that reduced or abnormal cross-links
in the cornea were contributors to keratoconus in 1978.