interconversion


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interconversion

[¦in·tər·kən′vər·zhən]
(communications)
Changing the representation of information from one code to another, as from six-bit to ASCII.
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Mapping dictionaries for interconversion between different standards should be available as appropriate.
These enzymes catalyse the interconversion of relatively inactive 17[beta]-keto steroids (e.
Distribution, interconversion, and dose response of n-3 fatty acids in humans.
150, 576 (1991), Fourier-Transform Microwave Spectroscopy of the Deuterated-Acetylene Dimers: The Interconversion Tunneling Motions of [(DCCD).
Later chapters treat interconversion of functional groups, protecting groups, enantioselective synthesis, and retrosynthesis.
This reversible reaction involves the interconversion of alanine and pyruvate, coupled to the interconversion of alpha-ketoglutarate (2-oxoglutarate) and glutamate.
These researchers were able to capture the dynamics of interconversion between distinct conformation states of bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor.
Some reports show that these compounds are very important in the preservation of the photosynthetic apparatus against photodamage by their interconversion with xanthophyll molecules (ORT, 2001; YOUNG et al.
1999, "Equilibrium and kinetics of rotamer interconversion in immunosuppressant prodigiosin derivatives in solution," J.
In addition, a delay in the interconversion of intermediate density lipids (IDL) to LDL may contribute to the low LDL in plasma of E2 homozygotes (17).
V], which would correspond with earlier observations describing the interconversion between oxide and sulfide forms of MM[A.

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