cage compound


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cage compound

[¦kāj ¦käm‚pau̇nd]
(biology)
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Patent 8,664,629 (March 4, 2014), "Boron Cage Compound Materials and Composites for Shielding and Absorbing Neutrons," Daniel E.
Move gravel to wildlife cages, construct and renew woodchip pathways in the outdoor cage compound, remove litter and build animal cage panels.
An example of a biological engineering project focused at the cellular and molecular levels, the LSU team chemically blocks DNA by attaching photosensitive cage compounds that can be subsequently activated with light to control DNA function.