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melting

Molecular biology
Thermal denaturation of a macromolecule.

melting

the denaturation of DNA.
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Faster thawing can also be accomplished in the microwave.
15 in the journal Nature Communications, focuses on the carbon released by thawing permafrost beneath thermokarst lakes.
(OTCQB: PMCB) has successfully completed a study on the stability after "hand thawing" syringes of the Cell-in-a-Box encapsulated cells that will be used, in combination with low doses of the cancer prodrug ifosfamide, for the treatment of locally advanced, non-metastatic, inoperable pancreatic cancer (LAPC), the company said.
The Camel Reproduction Centre is pleased to announce the birth a dromedary camel calf born after successful vitrification (freezing) and thawing of a 7 day old camel embryo.
Concrete with fly ash perform well when subjected to freezing and thawing, irrespectively of the amount of fly ash in the concrete, considering internal damage (Knutsson 2010).
In the present work the freeze-thaw tests were carried out for two groups of andesite sample rocks in different states under the conditions of the lowest freezing temperature of -40 [degrees]C and the thawing temperature of 20 [degrees]C.
GE Healthcare introduced the first in its VIA Thaw series, the VIA Thaw CB1000 for thawing large volumes of cell therapies cryopreserved in cryo-bags.
A freezing and thawing testing apparatus satisfying the ASTM C666 Procedure A requirements was used for testing.
High-voltage electric field (HVEF) thawing is an important nonthermal food processing method that has received considerable attention lately [1], and it is predominantly used to thaw food products in academia, including pork [2, 3], tuna fish [4-7], chicken [8], rabbit meat [9], shrimps [10], common carp [11], tofu [12], and apple tissue [13].
Taken together, these previous observations could lead us postulate that not only each aging, freezing and/or thawing process itself has impacts on meat quality attributes, but also the sequence (or combination) of each process may result in different quality characteristics of frozen/thawed meat.
The frequent freezing and thawing of pore water inside rock expand the cracks and pores and promote the development of new microfractures [12] and thus do great damage to rock engineering [13].
Frost heave, thaw collapse and frost soil are several phenomena arising when soil body of sub-grade is under load effect of trains during the freezing and thawing process, and they have close inner links.