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molecular

1. of or relating to molecules
2. Logic (of a sentence, formula, etc.) capable of analysis into atomic formulae of the appropriate kind
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The synthesized magnetic molecularly imprinted polymer had higher selective recognition ability towards the template molecule nonylphenol.
Symrise is expanding and improving its portfolio of fresh-fruity citrus flavourings: effective immediately, the company will be offering a new generation of molecularly distilled citrus oils (MD oils).
Endozime SLR is specifically designed to molecularly displace synthetic lipids, allowing them to be rinsed off while dissolving all bioburden.
The valves are currently available in Dupont NXT molecularly enhanced Teflon[R] as a standard liner, but also available with PFA, UHMWPE, ETFE (Tefzel) and PVDF liners.
In addition, the development of molecularly targeted fluorophores could pave the way for diagnostic tools based on optics that will provide improved sensitivity and specificity between healthy and normal tissues.
Deftly compiling Neil Ruzic's seminal and ground-breaking studies, Racing To A Cure offers medical students, health care workers, cancer patients, and non-specialist general readers a complete understanding of alternative therapies used to extend his life as a cancer patient, ranging from state-of-the-art molecularly based technologies, to debunking widespread cancer myths.
To identify the Borrelia species occurring in Hungarian Lyme disease patients, we have started to molecularly analyze cultured isolates that originate from erythema migrans of different patients.
The molecularly imprinted polymer sensor uses specific chemical reactions to detect explosive compounds.
DeCaf Company, LLC, a developer of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPS), recently announced commencement of the licensing of its patent for the removal of methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) from contaminated water.
However, because of clay's ability to molecularly absorb water without getting wet (to a point, of course), then to let it evaporate easily when drier air wafts past, earthen plasters with the right ingredients can be surprisingly resistant to mold.
Donna Ambrosino of Massachusetts Biological Labs in Worcester and her colleagues initially produced many copies of that antibody, which they had determined could recognize the SARS virus and molecularly mark it for destruction by immune cells.

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