This nanobody was able to both neutralize
infectivity and prevent cell-to-cell transmission of HCV.
The technology, called thermochemical conversion, neutralizes
polychlorinated biphenyls and chrysotile asbestos--two major components of Raymark soil waste--through a heating process.
By comparison, an antibody discovered in the 1990s neutralizes
only about 40 percent of known HIV strains, and the PG9 and PG16 antibodies unveiled last year neutralize
79 percent and 73 percent of strains.
Thus was born the concept of using LMW and HCD coagulants and/or alum to neutralize
The new drug, developed by LUMC, has a novel mechanism of action; it neutralizes
toxins at the site of infection and locally restores the body's natural clearance mechanism.
* Significantly enhancing the ability of tactical commanders to detect, identify, locate, and neutralize
a variety of threats to include enemy force activity, chemical and biological agents, and impassible terrain or unusable routes.
Your installation spill response team should neutralize
any puddles of DS2 with sodium bisulfate, NSN 6810-00-270-9984, and soak it up with vermiculite insulation.
The lotion is meant to be a replacement for the standard M-291 skin decontamination kit available to military personnel, which removes toxins but does not neutralize
Virotec International recently developed a new process to economically neutralize
bauxite residues for the alumina industry.
I fire and neutralize
the threat -- I own him and the space.
It starts to neutralize
the effects of chlorine immediately and doesn't require rinsing, which can benefit guests at facilities with a limited number of showers.
The most common are neutralizing amines: volatile, nitrogen-bearing compounds that condense with the steam, neutralize
any acids present, and raise the condensate pH sufficiently to reduce corrosion.