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tri·mer

(trī'mĕr),
A compound, complex, or structure made up of three components.
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(a) shows the presence of monomers, dimers, trimers, tetramers, and pentames.
To investigate the formation SNPs in the HBUA coating, we mixed this silver benzoate-dispersed HBA with an isocyanate trimer and coated a glass surface.
Model 2: Trimer: L = 12, [R.sup.2] = 0.93, [R.sup.2] (CV) = 0.9, MAD = 60 J/g K, Relative error = 25%
Maksim Kunitsky at Goethe University in Frankfurt announced the discovery of the Efimov state in the helium trimer, considered the prime example of this quantum mechanical effect.
This mechanism is supported by indirect biochemical evidence and structures of E1 trimers extracted from virus-infected cells [137,138] or expressed as soluble protein [139-141].
Karchesy, "Procyanidin dimers and trimers from Douglas fir inner bark," Phytochemistry, vol.
Our experimental results here also show that dithiol molecules may cross-link CdSe/ZnS QDs (and thus form dimers and trimers per STEM images).
Nordlander, "Plasmon modes of nanosphere trimers and quadrumers," J.
PBPs are generally formed of two chromophore-linked subunits, a and b, and found in trimer (ab)3 (about 120 kDa) or hexamer (ab)6 (about 240 kDa), where (ab) (about 40 kDa) is defined as the PBPs monomer.
They should be B-type trimer procyanidin oligomers according to the literature (Porter, 1988), although the different MS fragments manner showed these compounds were isomers.
Recent interest in the cranberry's proanthocyanidins has led to improved analytical techniques to elucidate their structures, including the A-type trimers that seem to be involved in the prevention of urinary tract infections by preventing bacterial adhesion to the uroepithelial cells.
Pacific coast and in the northern Pacific Ocean contained styrene monomers, as well as styrene dimers and trimers, reported Katsuhiko Saido of Nihon University in Chiba, Japan.