If this inactivation
does not occur efficiently, the neural tube will not form properly.
Virus-specific thermostability and heat inactivation
profiles of alphaviruses.
For the lowest [[sigma].sub.N] (Figure 1(a)), the inactivation
does not exceed 2% and, in some cases, assumes negative values, indicating an increase of the mean firing frequency instead of a reduction.
Belmont, "Methylation of HpaII and HhaI sites near the polymorphic CAG repeat in the human androgen-receptor gene correlates with X chromosome inactivation
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process of microorganisms in tempeh increased in relation to the increase of incubation period of pressurized C[O.sub.2] (see Table 1).
This indicates inactivation
of enzyme at 37[degrees]C on increasing incubation period.
was shifted by -9.2 [+ or -] 0.8 mV, and recovery time from inactivation
also increased (recovery time constant in control: 1.51 [+ or -] 0.06 ms, n =12; hypoxia: 2.21 [+ or -]0.12ms, n =12; p <0.05).
MscS exhibits prominent voltage-dependent inactivation
under depolarizing conditions [13, 19-21].
The primary purpose of the strategy used by 4/1 IBCT was to gain effective use of personnel in order to maintain multiple units and centralized control of the logistics involved with the inactivation
. The 4/1 IBCT commander designated equipment divestiture as the decisive operation for inactivation
and named the 701st Brigade Support Battalion (BSB) as the main effort for the brigade.
was detected using the spread plate method.
is carried out at all levels of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturing process to minimize the risk of product contamination.
In isothermally-processed foodstuff, enzymatic inactivation
are modeled using first-order kinetic model frequently expressed by k and D values, as k represents the inactivation
rate constant ([min.sup.-1]) and D is the time period (min) necessary for the enzyme to lose 90% of its activity (TEREFE et al 2009).