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monomeric

 [mon″o-mer´ik]
1. pertaining to, comprising, or affecting a single segment.
2. in genetics, determined by a gene or genes at a single locus.

mon·o·mer·ic

(mon'ō-mer'ik),
1. Consisting of a single component.
2. In genetics, relating to a hereditary disease or characteristic controlled by genes at a single locus.
3. Consisting of monomers.
[mono- + G. meros, part]

mon·o·mer·ic

(mon'ō-mer'ik)
1. Consisting of a single component.
2. genetics Relating to a hereditary disease or characteristic controlled by genes at a single locus.
3. Consisting of monomers.
[mono- + G. meros, part]
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Although analytical methods designed for measuring monomeric Al in solution are available, similar colorimetric methods for monomeric La determinations in solution have not been developed.
All sera were subjected to GFC over Sephacryl S-200HR (60 x 1.6 cm) in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS; 137 mmol/L sodium chloride, 27 mmol/L potassium chloride, 10 mmol/L phosphate), pH 7.4, with an AKTA protein purification system (Pharmacia Biotech) with quantification of monomeric prolactin as previously described (17).
Potato chips pretreated with 1% and 2% citric acid solution had more monomeric anthocyanin content and less polymeric anthocyanin color, as compared to other pretreated samples.
A decrease of native monomeric anthocyanins with MOx was detected in agreement with reported results (18-22-47) and can be related to the involvement of these molecules in the oxygen-activated reactions between anthocyanins and flavanols.
The standard formulas segment is further segmented into polymeric and monomeric formulas.
Other monomeric ellagitannins such as 3, 4, 7 and 13 were also active but only at concentrations of 5 and 20 [micro]M and the observed effect was weaker (production decreased to 45.2 [+ or -] 6.0 75.0 [+ or -] 10.0%) than in the case of positive control quercetin (production down to 23.8 [+ or -] 2.7%).
Instead of relying on off-the-shelf raw materials to develop new HEUR polymers, Dow Coating Materials R&D designed its own custom monomeric building blocks in order to construct ACRYSOL RM-725 with the necessary molecular and architectural features to achieve the required performance demands, while also being solvent-free.
This study aimed to establish how distribution of nutrients might vary in surface grain layers of purple rice by evaluating their monomeric anthocyanin, Fe and Zn concentration affected by polishing.
Monomeric GTPases called ADP-ribosylation factors (ARFs) are critical for vesicular traffic.
The Superiorex ODS HPLC column is filled with monomeric ODS packing material created from a high-purity silica with the highest carbon content (24%) among the HPLC column series.
The first monomeric structure we study is formed by a polymerizable segment, which contains one hydroxyl and two primary amino groups.
For further purification of CTLA-2[alpha] and crammer to separate the dimeric form from the monomeric form, the preparation from His-bind affinity chromatography was subjected to gel filtration using Toyopearl HW-50 [2].