biophile


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biophile

[′bī·ə‚fīl]
(biochemistry)
Any element concentrated or found in the bodies of living organisms and organic matter; examples are carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen.
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Combining his concept of geochemical cycles with biophile elements is useful for understanding problems of mineral nutrient depletion in soils due to environmental degradation processes such as deforestation and erosion.
New York, NY, Nov 29, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - The medical device manufacturing industry should look towards collaboration to develop cheaper products and to become more specialized in their field, says Raouf Guirguis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Converting Biophile Laboratories, Inc.
SLS Biophile - now ICN Photonics Ltd - is a world leader in the development of medical lasers with cosmetic and dermatological applications.
SLS Biophile pioneered development of N-Lite(TM) (Light Initiated Tissue Enhancement) technology as an alternative to harsh chemical treatment of the skin to combat the effects of aging.
Based in Charlottesville, Virginia, Biophile develops validated, ultra-low-temperature (minus 80 degrees C) sample-management systems designed for the exacting demands of highly sensitive drug discovery and other life science and medical research applications, such as genomics and proteomics, and DNA, tissue, and tumor storage.
Converting Biophile Labs, a strategic partner with MEHL, has since perfected the product design, and the manufacturing process.
Mehl Biophile headquarters will be located in Gainesville.
New Generation Laser Technology Acquisition -- Mehl Biophile has signed a letter of intent to acquire a portion of Integrated Technologies Research (ITR) Ltd.
Selvac will be renamed Mehl Biophile International Corporation.
Chapple joined the MEHL organization in August 1996 and bas primarily functioned as CFO, and more recently, as Managing Director of SLS Biophile, Ltd.