Asia-Pacific is expected to dominate the global dimer
acid market during the forecast period.
Superurban renewal transformation for the dimer
Within the local water lattice, one can observe that the fundamental subunit of the dimer
is also present (see Figure 1).
Transport of proanthocyanidin dimer
, trimer, and polymer across monolayers of human intestinal epithelial caco-2 cells.
China Clean Energy uses oil waste generated from the manufacturing of vegetable oils to produce biodiesel and specialty chemicals, such as Dimer
Acid, a chemical used in the production of resins, lubricants, coatings and corrosion-resistant agents.
This study, and earlier work by the same team, demonstrates that procyanidin B dimers
in red wine could be used as chemopreventive agents against breast cancer by inhibiting the conversion of androgens to estrogens in breast tissue.
Cro binds to its operator DNA as a dimer
at nanomolar concentrations but is mostly monomeric in the absence of DNA.
If you have a dimer
that has two atoms on it, then the neighboring dimer
which has no atoms on it actually gets constrained .
The three basic reactions, as briefly mentioned in the Introduction, are coupled with the ring-opening and polyaddition reaction of cyclic dimer
to form a complete reaction system.
Mixxim BB/100, the other new dimer
stabilizer, is produced by coupling two molecules of Cytec's Cyazole 5411.
F-652 is a recombinant protein manufactured in Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells containing a human IL-22 dimer
In follow-up experiments, the research team examined how B9 accomplished this and found that it could prevent two Nef molecules from interacting to form dimers
as effectively as a mutation in a critical area of the protein surface.