thermostabile

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thermostabile

 [ther″mo-sta´b'l]
not affected by heat.

ther·mo·sta·bile

, thermostable (ther'mō-stā'bil, -stā'bl),
Not readily subject to alteration or destruction by heat.
Synonym(s): heat-stable
[thermo- + L. stabilis, stable]

ther·mo·sta·bile

, thermostable (thĕr'mō-stā'bil, -stā'bĕl)
Not readily subject to alteration or destruction by heat.
[thermo- + L. stabilis, stable]
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This new pen is designed to be small, easy-to-use, heat-stable and with a long shelf life.
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Heat-stable carbetocin could potentially save the lives of thousands of new mothers giving birth under hot, humid conditions.
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The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, has shown the heat-stable Carbetocin is not only as safe and effective as Oxytocin, but even without refrigeration when stored at below 30 degrees Celsius and 75 per cent relative humidity it retains its efficacy for at least three years.
The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, found that carbetocin - a heat-stable drug - is as safe and effective as oxytocin in preventing postpartum bleeding.
Heat-stable carbetocin, an oxytocin analogue, does not require refrigeration and research published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that it is as safe and effective as oxytocin in preventing postpartum haemorrhage.
The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, has shown an alternative drug - heat-stable carbetocin - to be as safe and effective as oxytocin in preventing postpartum haemorrhage.
After preheating the samples for more than 15 minutes, all of the samples became heat-stable at pH 6.
There's a need for heat-stable electrical resistivity in filled polymer materials.
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