macrocycle


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macrocycle

A several-month period of mezocycles of vigourous training followed by short periods of lighter training, as by an athlete preparing for a competitive sports event.
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The company's macrocycle development platform, applicable across a range of serious diseases, is initially focusing its internal development efforts on intracellular protein-protein interactions that are key drivers in cancer.
Another important result of the present study was the distribution of the training volume prescribed during the macrocycle, which increased as the main competition of the season was approaching with a greater emphasis on technical/tactical training.
Weilnet F & Schneider H (1991) Mechanisms of macrocycle genesis.
13]C] NMR spectra showed that the expected signals were prevalent, ihey also showed small signals which were nol discussed by the authors and which can arise from end groups, branching or macrocycle formation, as well as from side reactions which involve the participation of the hydroxyl group.
One macrocycle lasted one year and included the phases: planning, conducting of the experiment and analysis of the results of the research involving comparison with the initial state.
periodization) so athletes can maximally develop muscular power toward the end of macrocycle or a yearly cycle, when the most important competitions are scheduled, while minimizing the risk of overtraining or injuries" (Kawamori & Haff, 2004, p.
Each macrocycle is composed of weeklong microcycles.
Modern supramolecular chemistry; strategies for macrocycle synthesis.
A macrocycle is a long phase such as a semester and the microcycle is a shorter phase such as a day or week of class.
Bis-urea macrocycles from this experiment were synthesized using long chain amines and diisocyanates to increase cavity size and macrocycle flexibility.