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ster·ic

(ster'ik, stēr-),
Pertaining to stereochemistry.

ster·ic

(ster'ik)
Pertaining to stereochemistry.
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Chen, "Electrostatic and sterical stabilization of CuO nanofluid prepared by vacuum arc spray nanofluid synthesis system (ASNSS)," Materials Transactions, vol.
In a first step, the algorithm detects cloudy sterical pixels.
On the other hand, stabilization of (2a)TTC-SP-ox could take place due to weakening of sterical hindrance between two methyl groups of indoline fragment and spiro-conjugative benzoxazinone part.
If the assay is to be transferred to polycistronic miRNAs, labeling of pre-miRs could be affected by sterical hindrance through miR-primer binding in multiplex miR labeling.
Therefore, it can be concluded that the sterical organization of the ganglioside residues is primarily responsible for preventing the opsonisation of liposome containing glycolipids.
As the peptide P3 has ten amino acids overlapping with the peptide P4 (cell binding site), this finding provided support for the inhibition of parasite's invasion by Mab3F6, which is probably due to sterical hindrance.
A ketyl radical is not able to initiate the polymerization because of sterical hindrance and delocalization of an unpaired electron.
Intuitively one would expect the trans isomer to be more stable because of sterical reason, but according to our calculation for this particular molecule the c/s isomer seems to have a slightly deeper ([DELTA]E approx.
The dense arrangement of individual (exfoliated) LX nano-sheets within the O-I matrix could also have contributed (sterical effects) to the lower polyaddition degree in this system (ca.
Based on these studies, we contend that S1 inhibits AT2-mediated signaling via sterical inhibition.
The well-known trifunctionality of U described as a property of amide of amino acid cannot be realized in synthesis due to reversibility and sterical hindrances.
From the point of sterical hindrance and polarity, TESPS is very similar to Si 69, but does not undergo a reaction with the polymer.