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denaturant

 [de-na´chur-ant]
a denaturing agent.
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1989 forward: Commercial sector total biomass consumption is the sum of the commercial sector consumption values for wood, waste, and fuel ethanol (minus denaturant).
Denaturant m values and heat capacity changes: relation to changes in accessible surface areas of protein un-folding.
The gradients were farmed from 20% to 80% denaturant (100% denaturants were 7 M urea with 40% [vol/vol] deionized formamide and 0% denaturant was 6% [Wt/vol] acrylamide stock solutions [acrylamide: N', N', bisacrylamide = 38 : 1]) (Gillan et al.
DGGE, as described originally (1), relies on the partial denaturation of a DNA duplex, which slows its movement in an increasing gradient of denaturant. If a mutation is present in the melted portion, the denaturing properties are changed and the duplex is arrested at a different point, signaling the mutation.
(j) The fuel ethanol (minus denaturant) portion of motor fuels, such as
Denaturant is used antifreeze pneumatic fittings of rolling stock in the winter.
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The GC column meets the needs of bioethanol producers who must document the concentration of methanol and denaturant in fuel ethanol before leaving the plant.
TTGE does not require the preparation of a chemical denaturant gradient gel and can be performed without a GC clamp.
Commercial sector fuel ethanol (including denaturant) consumption