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labile

[′lā‚bīl]
(psychology)
Unstable in mood.
(science and technology)
Also known as metastable.
Readily changed, as by heat, oxidation, or other processes.
Moving from place to place.
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While other methodologies will have interference from at least one variant, HPLC minimizes the interference from most common variants--from HbS/C/ D/E, to fetal Hb--to derivatives such as CHb and labile A1c.
Total soil C and labile soil C were similarly variable, and did not differ significantly among soil textural classes.
Isolation of the cDNA encoding the acid labile subunit (ALS) of the 150 kDa IGF-binding protein complex in cattle and ALS regulation during the transition from pregnancy to lactation.
15 Table 5: The Optical Absorbance before and after Addition of 50 [micro]l of 50 mmol/l Inorganic Phosphate and Labile Organic Phosphates Following the Addition of Solution III.
These is many factor that impren on " labile period" that sex is one of them for example this period appear in female earlier than male.
A drug-free approach to reconsolidation blockade that uses psychotherapy during the labile window to "rewrite" fearful memories also has been reported by researchers at the center for neural science at New York University (Nature 2010;463:49-53).
One major assumption of the isotopic dilution technique for the determination of the labile pool (potentially available) of Mn is that all the labile Mn in the soil is in equilibrium with the radioisotope introduced ([sup.
Arecor has developed Arestat(TM), a patented set of tools for stabilization, to enable the presentation of labile biologicals as stable aqueous formulations even at high concentrations or in situations where cold storage is not practical or desirable.
mass reporter) by a covalent labile bond that is differentially cleavable with respect to peptide bonds (e.
Barnes, 44, got involved with the project after visiting the Ethiopian town of Labile.
Particularly labile species such as tertiary chlorides or allylic chlorides are not required since secondary chlorides are also abstracted.
Also, labile crosslinks, established from a post-polymerization treatment, have been reported to improve green strength (ref.