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synthesize

 [sin´thĕ-sīz″]
to produce by synthesis.

syn·the·size

(sin'thĕ-sīz),
To make something by synthesis, that is, synthetically.

synthesize

(sĭn′thĭ-sīz′)
v. synthe·sized, synthe·sizing, synthe·sizes
v.tr.
To form or produce by chemical synthesis.

synthesize

[sin′thəsīz]
Etymology: Gk, synthesis, putting together
to form by building, as in the formation of complex chemical compounds such as proteins from simpler units of amino acids.

syn·the·size

(sin'thĕ-sīz)
To make something by synthesis, i.e., synthetically.

synthesize

to produce by synthesis.
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The thermal degradation mechanism of the synthetized hydrogels consists of three steps initiated by different modes.
On the other hand, when the concentration of cross-linking agent was 10 wt%, the increase in the neutralization degree of the MAA brought about more obvious increase in the equilibrium swelling degree of the synthetized IPN.
The forward and reverse primers were synthetized by Invitrogen as fellows: DNMT1 (5'-GGTTCTTCCTCCTGGA GAATGTC-3' and 5'-GGGCCACGCCG TACTG-3'); DNMT3a (5'-AGGAAGCG CAAGCACCC-3' and 5'-ATTGGGTAA TAGCTCTGAGGCG-3'); DNMT3b (5'- CCAGCCCTGCGGCAG-3' and 5'-GTTG ACGAGGATCGAGTCTTCC-3') and 18S (gi: 337376) (5'-CGTTGATTAAGTCCCT GCCCTT-3' and 5'-TCAAGTTCGAC CGTCTTCTCAG-3').
Next we present a synthetized version of the Fuzzy ART algorithm as well as the geometrical interpretation of its fast learning rule.
We have worked with growth hormone modulators since 1998 and over the last two years, we have synthetized and tested more than 250 substances for their binding affinity to a ghrelin receptor.