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biochemical

[‚bī·ō′kem·i·kəl]
(biochemistry)
A chemical that produces an effect on living organisms after making contact.
Referring to chemical substances found in or having an effect on living organisms.
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The biochemicals control market is expected to grow exponentially during the forecast period, primarily due to the changing lifestyle, physical inactivity and prognosis of patients with biochemical relapse of prostate cancer treatment are some of the key drivers of this market.
VWR's flourishing custom chemical and biochemical manufacturing portfolio, building upon previous successful acquisitions in this segment would be improved with this buyout.
Based in Twinsburg and Aurora, Ohio and founded in 1992, NBC manufactures and supplies molecular biology reagents, multi-compendial chemicals, and biotechnology and diagnostic biochemicals to customers internationally.
China Heparin Market Companies profiled in this research include Hepalink, Qianhong Bio-pharma, Dongcheng Biochemicals, Changshan Biochemical Pharmaceutical, Tianjin Chase Sun Pharmaceutical, Nanjing King-friend and Wanbang Biopharmaceuticals.
Novozymes started its research in biochemicals in 2006 and has since initiated a number of highly technically challenging projects to enable sustainable and cost-competitive production of biochemicals.
Stephan Hillers, general manager of Kaden Biochemicals added, "Customers now have a domestic contact for orders, service and new product development.
Incapacitating biochemical weapons; promise or peril?
Antibodies -- the biochemical champs at finding and binding to specific molecular shapes -- had no trouble latching onto transferrin molecules bound to the particules, the UCLA team found.
a diagnostics and services company offering the industry's leading biochemical profiling technology, announces the publication of "Biochemical Alterations Associated with ALS" in the journal Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
With support from the province, Bluewater Biochemicals will produce clean biochemicals to replace more costly chemicals and petrochemicals that are used in a variety of industries, including automotive parts, road and runway de-icers, consumer packaging, and cosmetics.
July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- VWR International, LLC, a global solutions provider of laboratory supplies, equipment and services, announced today that it has acquired United Biochemicals Inc.
GlycosBio), an emerging biochemical company pioneering metabolic engineering and microbiology innovations for the production of sustainable biochemicals, today announced it has created the first ever microbial platform for the efficient synthesis of biofuels and biochemicals from fatty acids.

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