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inactivation

 [in-ak″tĭ-va´shun]
the destruction of activity, as of a virus, by the action of heat or another agent.

in·ac·ti·va·tion

(in'ak-ti-vā'shŭn),
The process of destroying or removing the activity or the effects of an agent or substance; for example, the complementary effect of a serum may be destroyed by means of inactivation at 56°C for 30 minutes.

inactivation

/in·ac·ti·va·tion/ (in-ak″tĭ-va´shun) the destruction of biological activity, as of a virus, by the action of heat or other agent.

inactivation

the halting of biological activity.

inactivation

the destruction of activity, as of a virus, by the action of heat, chemical or other agent.
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Next day, the antimicrobial activity zones were detected in order to check the efficiency of bacterial inactivation using cold plasma treatment.
This report segments the global viral inactivation market is segmented based on method, product, application, end user, and geography.
During inactivation, it may be helpful to identify the top three priorities for the company each day and list them on a white board or butcher block in a prominent common area.
We believe pathogen inactivation for whole blood has the potential to improve the safety of transfusions in sub-Saharan Africa, where diminished blood availability due to severe anemia from malaria, HIV and obstetric bleeding is common, concluded Dr Rudolf Schwabe, CEO of the Swiss Red Cross.
Data for voltage-dependence of activation and steady-state inactivation are fitted by the Boltzmann equation: [G/G.
In addition, salt and smoke compounds also contribute to the inactivation effect.
Each inactivation cycle was performed under 75% Rh and held for 30 minutes prior to the introduction of CD gas.
Inactivation of Cryptosporidium parvum under chlorinated recreational water conditions.
The World Health Organization has noted that more information is needed on the effectiveness of inactivation of subtype H5N1 in water (1).
Microbial suspensions were used in most of the studies dealing with microbial inactivation by microwave irradiation (e.
This volume is the product of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Radiation Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents, held in March 2004 in Budapest, Hungary.