heteropolymer


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heteropolymer

[‚hed·ə·rə′päl·ə·mər]
(chemistry)
A compound comprising two or more molecules that are different from one another.
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President and Chief Executive Officer of Elusys Therapeutics commented on the data, "The ETI-211 data presented today highlight the unprecedented efficacy of this Heteropolymer antibody product to clear methicillin-resistant S.
Elusys' Heteropolymer Antibody (HP) technology is a unique approach to the treatment of infectious disease by enhancing the effectiveness of the body's natural defense mechanisms to remove and destroy pathogens.
Our next clinical candidate, ETI-211, is a Heteropolymer drug for the treatment of antibiotic resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections.
Elusys also presented data on the power and broad applicability of its Heteropolymer, a monoclonal antibody-based technology that can potentially reduce the high mortality rate of bloodstream infections.
PHB can be extruded, moulded, spun into fibres, made into films, and used to make heteropolymers when combined with other synthetic polymer.
Hemicellulose is composed of linear and branched heteropolymers of L-arabinose, D-galactose, D-glucose, D-mannose and D-xylose.
A Dynamic Monte Carlo Algorithm for Exploration of Dense Conformational Spaces in Heteropolymers.
Hemicelluloses are heteropolymers of a range of pentose sugars, primarily xylose and arabinose.
The phenotypes show an important molecular heterogeneity; Hp 1-1 is a small molecule (86 kDa) of well-defined structure, whereas Hp 2-1 is characterized by heteropolymers (86-300 kDa), and Hp 2-2 forms large macromolecular complexes (170-1000 kDa) (3).
Proteins are heteropolymers that can be involved in network structuring by the formation of high- or low-energy intermolecular bonds.