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oxidized

having been modified by the process of oxidation.

oxidized cellulose
see absorbable cellulose.
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Oxidized starches prepared from different sources exhibited different gelatinization and pasting properties.
Chapter Two Oxidized Polyethylene Wax (OPE Wax) Market Data Analysis
The researchers' next step was to focus on oxidized cholesterol and repeat this experiment with laboratory animals along with measuring their bone density.
Keep in mind that, first, oxidation of dietary fat is part of normal metabolic homeostasis, secondly, no study has ever shown that consumption of oxidized fish oils is harmful and, thirdly, that the omega-3 oils consumed around the world are generally nowhere near rancid anyway
The compounds formed during the decomposition of the triglyceride structure of oxidized rapeseed oil influence not only wear reducing ability and average torque but also friction variation during the test.
Carissa Jones, Operations Director for Mercodia Inc, sees the clinical use of the Mercodia Oxidized LDL ELISA as a first step toward the incorporation of oxidized LDL as a standard and accepted lipoprotein measurement: - "For the last ten years, over 350 publications have supported oxidized LDL as a marker of atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease and Metabolic Syndrome.
Electrolyzed oxidized water could be up to 10 times more effective at eliminating bacteria than other techniques, we're told.
Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FE-SEM) (LEO SUPRA 55, Carl Zeiss, Germany) was used to study the dispersion and surface morphology of UHMWPE nanocomposites with oxidized and silanized CNTs.
The plaque from those patients with unstable angina had significantly more inflammatory cells containing oxidized LDLs than did plaque from patients with stable angina.
The shot surface is oxidized and reacts to form a gas bubble.
The shops stocked varieties of oxidized neckpieces, earrings, bangles, waist bands known as 'kandora', modified with colourful beads, multicolour stones, mirror work, woollen tassels, pearls and sequin works to make it look more spectacular.
Once inside a cancer cell, the oxidized material converts back to normal ascorbate, the new data show.