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crosslink

[′krȯs ‚liŋk]
(cell and molecular biology)
A covalent linkage between the complementary strands of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) duplex or between bases of a single strand of DNA.
(organic chemistry)
The covalent bonds between adjacent polymer chains that lock the chains in place.
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Moving forward, the company will do business as CrossLink Professional Tax Solutions and will continue to sell and market its suite of professional tax software solutions as CrossLink Professional Tax Software.
With the CrossLink device, it is possible to receive video data from one MIPI DSI interface and send it out over two MIPI DSI interfaces at half the bandwidth.
He reports to Michael Stark, Founder and General Partner of Crosslink Capital, and is based in the firm's San Francisco headquarters.
Although the method does not measure crosslink density as such, an indicator of the degree of crosslinking is the gel fraction remaining after a free film of a coating has been under solvent reflux in a Soxhlet extractor for several hours so that soluble material has been extracted.
Mr Wardell of Grant Thornton's Cardiff office said, "This is a fantastic result for the workforce and for the community as a whole, as Crosslink is a much-needed manufacturer in a region that has suffered from significant job losses in recent years.
Crosslink EMPAC is inherently hydrophobic, one of its advantages over current coating chemistries.
With its acquisition of Crosslink, Dymax said it now has additional capabilities in providing design, engineering and assembly customer support solutions to high-speed, automated applications.
JANMEY: Is the transglutaminase, which crosslinks the proteins together, constitutively active?
Standardization of pyridinium crosslinks, pyridinoline and deoxypyridinoline, for use as biochemical markers of collagen degradation.
The Chief Operating Officer is an important component of our leadership team at Crosslink," said Mr.
Additionally, a comparison of the development of crosslink density (XLD) and distribution of crosslink structure (XLS) with a CBS and DCBS based NR compound was analyzed.
GA reacts with '- amino group of lysyl residues in proteins which induces the formation of interchain crosslinks and stabilizes tissues against chemical and enzymatic degradation depending upon the extent of cross-linking (11).