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pure

(pyūr),
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]

pure

Drug slang
noun A regional term for uncut heroin

pure

(pyūr)
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]
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To purify the HSC70 with a polyhistidine tag using the affinity chromatography technique, many factors that can affect the efficiency of the purification process must be considered such as arabinose, imidazole and NaCl concentrations.
Van Leeuwen said the researchers are working to develop technologies that can purify fuel into beverage alcohol for less than an additional penny per gallon.
The system is built on the combination of the agglomeration techniques used in water treatment plants with the company's commercial superconducting electromagnetic separation technology to purify blue-green algae and other phytoplankton.
Stem Cell Sciences has been a leading company in the stem cell research arena since 1994, focused on technologies to grow, differentiate, select and purify embryonic stem cells.
The equipment could be used to purify water for drinking or to purify polluted waters throughout the world, company spokeswoman Nancy Batchelder said.
Women reformers especially, seeking to expand their roles in urban life, "drew on a cultural understanding of 'women's sphere'" in their efforts to "purify public space" (7).
Summary: Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) [India], June 6 (ANI): With West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee going hammer and tongs against those who allegedly bid to vilify her by chanting "Jai Shri Ram", Mahant Balak Das of Varanasi has sent a copy of Shri Ramcharitmanas to her asserting that reading the revered Hindu scripture will definitely purify her mind.
A Buddhist temple in Japan hopes to ease the negativity gushing from the internet by building a sacred fire to purify the web one request at a time.
Scientists would like to purify the enzymes that produce pure floral notes because chemists have a hard time duplicating them in the lab, says Watanabe.
The Parallex Flex[TM] system is the first high-resolution workstation designed to purify libraries of organic compounds rapidly and inexpensively.
Scientists now purify the proteins from blood, a process both laborious and expensive.