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oxidized

having been modified by the process of oxidation.

oxidized cellulose
see absorbable cellulose.
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4 PART 4 Oxidized regenerated cellulose densely woven, fibrous multilayer (min.
Oxidized starches prepared from different sources exhibited different gelatinization and pasting properties.
Originally, this team mixed T cells from the blood of healthy humans with oxidized LDL and watched with fascination as the T cells produced a chemical called RANKL.
In fact, after a recent report raised fears about the consumption of oxidized fish oils, Norwegian public health officials were forced to announce on television that consumers have no reason to worry and that the products they are taking are safe.
Lubricating properties of RO oxidized to the end of IP deteriorate within a stretch of oxidation time.
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.
Supplementation also decreased oxidized LDL and other measures of oxidative stress.
Virtually all organic compounds dissolved in water can be oxidized with high efficiency.
The method includes contacting the oxidized carbon nanotube-containing material with functional groups to form functionalized carbon nanotube-containing material.