demasking

demasking

[dē′mask·iŋ]
(chemistry)
A process by which a masked substance is made capable of undergoing its usual reactions; can be brought about by a displacement reaction involving addition of, for example, another cation that reacts more strongly with the masking ligand and liberates the masked ion.
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As such, the demasking protocol will need to be optimized for each drug and may require a combination of strategies.
Immunohistochemical studies were performed with pre-treatment demasking in a microwave oven and using a Novostain Universal Detection Kit detection system (Novocastra Laboratories Ltd.
Cme/Fpas Per Straight Edges With Uniform Width Throughout Length,It Should Not Tearleave Any Adhesion Mark And Peel Off Painted Surface During Demasking.
0) by microwave treatment (600 W) for 20 min for demasking the antigens.
Acknowledging the implications of the public secrecy analytic, Zizek again echoes Taussig in cautioning that "we must avoid the simple metaphors of demasking, of throwing away the veils which are supposed to hide the naked reality.
2010) have established the appropriateness of the account localist models offer for the processing of cognates and semi-cognates on the basis of the lexical decision task, language decision task, and the progressive demasking task (8) with cognates.
The meaning of the rite is not to undermine the power of the spirit by revealing it to be only a mask, however, but the reverse: "far from demystifying, demasking can heighten the masking power of the mask" ("Face" 232).
Os pesquisadores se basearam no paradigma do desmascaramento progressivo (progressive demasking task) e realizaram sua pesquisa com estudantes universitarios falantes do Frances.
3) This same metaphor is used by Basil later in the play while demasking Moustique who is passing off as Makak in order to cash in on Makak's fame.
The novel works against the belief that truth lies beneath the "symptom" of the protagonist's (white) skin, avoiding "the simple metaphors of demasking, of throwing away the veils which are supposed to hide the naked reality.
For example, words with dense neighborhoods tend to be recognized slower in progressive demasking tasks (Carreiras, Perea, & Grainger, 1997; Grainger & Segui, 1990), speeded lexical decision tasks and perceptual identification tasks (Snodgrass & Mintzer, 1993), in on-line sentence reading monitored by eye-tracking systems (Pollatsek, Perea, & Binder, 1999), and even when electrophysiological measures are considered (see Holcomb, Grainger, & O'Rourke, 2002, for a larger amplitude of the N400 for words with high N density).