oligomer


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ol·i·go·mer

(ol'i-gō-mĕr),
A polymer containing fewer than 20 repeating units.

oligomer

a molecule consisting of only a small number of MONOMERS.

ol·i·go·mer

(ol'i-gō-mĕr)
A polymer containing fewer than 20 repeating units.
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Administering a synthetic alpha sheet to living mice triggered a 40 per cent drop in amyloid beta oligomer levels after 24 hours.
M2 PHARMA-August 8, 2018-Alzheon Scientists Discover Endogenous Substance in Human Brain That Inhibits Formation of Toxic Beta Amyloid Oligomers, Key Driver of Alzheimer's Disease
The most promising direction here is the oligomer modification containing urethane groups in the chain and epoxy groups at the ends.
It is ascertained that A[beta] oligomers and fibrils stimulate microglia cells in a different manner [14,15].
In MWC, the T-non-theoretical data models are constituted by oligomers, each of which is possibly "combined" or bound to one or more "ligands" (substrate, activators, inhibitors), shows a certain degree of "activity" (the kind of activity changes according to the kind of oligomer) and evolves over time as its bounds with the ligands change.
Moreover, soluble A-[beta]1-42 oligomers show greater neurotoxicity than A[beta]1-40 [20-22].
Vizuete et al., "Age-dependent accumulation of soluble amyloid beta (Abeta) oligomer reverses the neuroprotective effect of soluble amyloid precursor proteinalpha (sAPP(alpha)) by modulating phosphatidylinositol 3kinase (PI3K)/Akt-GSK-3beta pathway in Alzheimer mouse model," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Oligomer Feel Feel Pencil # Oligomer Loading Crosslinker Type rating Hardness 39 UA5 0.6 M1 Silky 4 H 40 UA5 0.9 M1 Velvety 4.5 B MEK Sum double RCA Stain # rubs Abrasion ([DELTA]E) 39 200+ 300+ 42 40 26 98 47 Table 3: Properties for select formulations for crosslinkers with acrylate monomer.
This new MRI probe technology is detecting something different from conventional technology: toxic amyloid beta oligomers instead of plaques, which occur at a stage of Alzheimer's when therapeutic intervention would be very late.
The thermal crosslinking reaction of the PAEK-CN oligomers was performed by heating either the oligomer powder or its rectangular solid sample with p-BAPS (3 wt%) as curing agent in air atmosphere.
The analysis of the plasticizing additives showed that practically all of them were oligomer electrolytes on the basis of organic aromatic compounds.
The oligomer metal complex based on bisamic acid of pyromellitic dianhydride has not attracted any attention.