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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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If you can't interconvert among the various versions or competitive products, what can you do when you want to send the file over the Internet rather than pay the costs to courier the paper copy?
The new work suggests an alternative possibility: that cancer cells are not fixed at all, but that, at any given point in time, they exist in one of several phenotypic "states" and those states can interconvert.
If development of an equivalent square dimension is successful, it could be applied to interconvert kiln-drying as well as air-drying times between logs and square timbers.
Because all three measures were not consistently taken, we developed the following regressions to interconvert size measurements:
Revlimid, the commercial form of lenalidomide, contains a racemic (1:1) mixture of R and S enantiomers that interconvert in vivo.
In postweaning pigs, pyrroline-5-carboxylate is the common intermediate in pathways the synthesis of citrulline from both glutamine and proline; it is interconvert into ornithine by OAT in enterocytes (Wu et al.
Despite that 11[beta]-HSD1 and 11[beta]-HSD2 interconvert the same substrate, they are phylogenetically relatively distant enzymes, sharing only 18% identical amino acid sequence (Baker 2004).
Thermal activation, however, can cause conformers to interconvert, acting as what Pomes describes a "push switch," which can effectively control proton passage.
is pioneering 'Deuterium-Enabled Chiral Switching' (DECS) to improve the profile of drugs that interconvert between enantiomers both in vitro and in vivo.