diffusible


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dif·fus·i·ble

(di-fyūz'i-bel),
Capable of diffusing or of being diffused.

diffusible

/dif·fus·ible/ (dĭ-fūz´ĭ-b'l) susceptible of becoming widely spread.

dif·fus·i·ble

(di-fyūz'i-bĕl)
Capable of diffusing.
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The first peak (probably diffusible hydrogen or traps with low activation energy) is highest for the DP980 grade (0.
A small diffusible signal molecule is responsible for the global control of virulence and exoenzyme production in the plant pathogen Erwinia carotovora.
Several methodological approaches for the analysis of biological materials have been previously described but none of them reports a suitable method for the analysis of diffusible elements in biological samples.
These reactive molecules attack the long-chained, dark-colored chromophore molecules and split them into smaller, less colored and more diffusible molecules and change the surface of topography of the tooth.
In diffusible metabolites, investigations were maintained with the variants:
Other topics include the effects of welding conditions on diffusible hydrogen content in deposited metal, evaluation of hydrogen degradation by in situ ultrasonic testing, and modeling of heat flux density distribution for laser beam welding.
Ammonia, which is generated as a by-product of glutaminolysis, has been identified as a diffusible factor that stimulates autophagy.
In addition, it has a dense muscarinic receptor population and mediates the release of a diffusible factor that inhibits smooth muscle contraction.
To initiate heterogeneous bacterial interactions, diffusible signals may play important roles, and processes of co-adhesion and co-aggregation of distinct microorganisms contribute to biofilm maturation.
The antibacterial effect of MTA against these organisms could be because of its alkaline pH or release of diffusible substances into the growth medium.
The researchers found that the diffusible fraction of hot-water extract of ABM exhibits anti-tumor activity toward leukemic cells and identified it as agaritine, a hydrazine-containing compound.
This report demonstrates for the first time that egg water, a mixture of diffusible proteins derived from the Xenopus egg-jelly layers, contains a substance that increases the duration of motility in Xenopus sperm.