For the renewables used to produce panels with lauan veneer, it was evident that use of proteinaceous
materials contrasted the VOC profiles produced by the polyphenolics.
In TR mode, the mid-IR spectral range of the selected proteinaceous
materials is characterized by consistent recognizable absorption peaks (Figure 1(a)).
edible films obtained from negro beans exhibited the lowest values of WVP (2.06 x [10.sup.-10] g m/Pa s [m.sup.2]) but were not significantly different (p > 0.05) with respect to edible films from the other bean varieties tested (Table 1).
Considering the practicality and flexibility of ELISA and ICS, immunological techniques have the potential to become a particularly useful analytical tool for archaeological proteinaceous
Amorphous green, orange, and orange-centred globules and histiocytes containing dense proteinaceous
material were seen on Papanicolaou-stained smears of BAL fluid (Figure 2).
Histologically group C animals showed normal tubules without any proteinaceous
casts, few inflammatory cells and normal looking blood vessels in interstitium in contrast to group B.20
Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis (PAP) was first described in 1958 as a disease of the lung that consists of the filling of the alveoli by a PAS-positive proteinaceous
material rich in lipid.1 It is a rare disease with the incidence of one case in every two million people.
The resultant BBB disruption allows proteinaceous
material to leak into the subarachnoid space.
In the cystic lumen, proteinaceous
fluid was present (Figure 2).
and polysaccharide binding media were prepared according to recipes from original treatises and artists' accounts [16-18].
The hydrolysis of substrates, BSA (Sigma-Aldrich B-4287), bovine hemoglobin, and actin from adductor muscle of Argopecten circularis, was done to evaluate the capability of peptidases from American lobster gastric fluid to hydrolyze the proteinaceous
substrates and, at the same time, to determinate how long it takes to reach total hydrolysis of each substrate.
To the Editor: Amyloidosis refers to the extracellular deposition of amyloid, a fibrillar proteinaceous
insoluble material that has characteristically light, ultrastructural, and histochemical features.