platelet membranes are produced from outdated human platelets (15).
These properties make them generally infusible
and insoluble nature of the polymer restricting their wide-spread applications, because of molecular order, strong interchain attractive forces, and hydrogen bonding that enhance effective molecular packing.
Delivery was accomplished through multi-sidehole catheters and/or infusible
wires, embedded into the occluded vessel or graft whenever possible.
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, fully human anti-TNF monoclonal antibody that targets both soluble and transmembrane bioactive forms of TNF-alpha, a protein that when overproduced in the body due to chronic inflammatory diseases can cause inflammation and damage to bones, cartilage and tissue.
Petcoke or petroleum coke is a porous solid infusible
and insoluble dark grey to black mass composed of highly condensed aromatic polycyclic hydrocarbons with a small percentage of other organic compounds.
However, because of its infusible
and insoluble properties, forming is relatively difficult.
However, ICPs are inherently insoluble and infusible
due to their strong intermolecular interactions (8).
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However, the aromatic polyimides prepared as described-above are usually infusible
, which could not be molten to give high flowing melt fluid for processing of composite parts.
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Limiting the spectrum of applications, conducting polymers suffer from the disadvantages of being insoluble, infusible
, and exhibiting poor mechanical and physical properties.
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