polyanionic

polyanionic

[pol′ē·an′ī·on′ik]
Etymology: Gk, polys, many, ana, not, jenai, to go
pertaining to multiple negative electric charges.
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In Figure 8 (b) one can see that in the positive control cells are elongated, because they adhered to the substrate, and also maintain their integrity allowing the polyanionic calcein to be retained inside living cells producing a uniform green fluorescence (striped black and white in figure 8b color) indicating that the cells are alive.
Although recognized as important antiviral agents, SPs from seaweeds frequently exhibit anticoagulation activity due to their highly polyanionic character, which allow interactions with proteins and plasmatic regulators, displaying alternative mechanisms of action different from that of UHEP action (Pomin, 2012, Mourao, 2015).
The ability of nucleoplasmin to decondense sperm is shared by other highly charged polyanionic molecules such as polyglutamic acid, but only nucleoplasmin can cause decondensation at a physiological rate and at a physiological concentration (Philpott et al.
Phytate is a polyanionic molecule with the potential to chelate positively charged nutrients, which is almost certainly fundamental to the anti-nutritive properties of phytate.
Hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring polyanionic, polysaccharide consisting of N-acetyl-d-glucosamine and beta-glucoronic acid, is a constituent of joint fluid.
REL-PAC XTRA-LOW: Helps increase borehole stability by lowering filtrate and fluid loss more effectively than other polyanionic cellulose (PAC) polymers.
SPICY will focus on polyanionic phosphates for the cathode material.
The addition of metallo-modified polyanionic dispersants, such as Pyrosperse[TM], can also prevent the surfactant from interfering with the LPS aggregation state.
Due to the extremely cationic character, MPO can easily bind to the negatively charged structures, that is, bacteria, endothelial cells, cytokeratin-1, polyanionic matrix glycosaminoglycans, apolipoproteins apoA-1 and apoB-100, ceruloplasmin, [alpha]1-antitrypsin, and albumin [21].
A fibrous solid mass of PEC of polycationic CH and polyanionic HA was formed instantaneously on mixing an aqueous acetic acid solution of CH (2.
Polyanionic saccharides such as heparin inhibit the viral attachment to the host cell surface by making a negatively charged complex with the viral particle (151).
Their properties not only depend on chemical structure but also on factors such as polyanionic structure and morphology.