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monomeric

[‚män·ə′mer·ik]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having a single polypeptide chain.
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For W1, a significant loss of total monomeric anthocyanins of [W1.
Some of monomeric ellagitannins including 4, 5, 7 and 8 at the concentration of 20 [micro]M caused significant induction of TNF-[alpha] production by neutrophils (Fig.
By 2002, Robert Campbell, working in Roger Tsien's laboratory at the University of California, San Diego, had developed a monomeric form of DsRed by subjecting it to an arduous process of structure-guided directed evolution (3).
The most common method used to detect macroprolactin is pretreatment of the patient serum with polyethylene glycol (PEG), which precipitates large molecular forms of prolactin and leaving the monomeric form in the supernatant.
Monomeric silanes also typically have a rather high proportion of volatile organic contents (VOC) relative to their molecular weights.
The main conclusion remark of this research is that the energy of interactions and as a result the bonding strength of carbon nanotube-polymer junction or in other words the strength of polymer nanocomposites is strongly affected by monomeric structure of the used polymers.
This monomeric form of PRL is the major circulatory form and is also known as little PRL and it is known to be both biologically and immunologically active.
rFVIIIFc is based on Biogen Idec's monomeric Fc-fusion technology.
Gum Arabic was adopted as a carrier at 10 mg/kg; and the definition and table of conditions of dietary fiber now distinguish three main categories of carbohydrate polymers, refer to monomeric units and leave the decision on whether to include carbohydrates with monomeric units from 3 to 9, to national authorities.
The Acclaim RSLC C18 columns use high-density monomeric C18 chemistry with exhaustive end-capping.
ESBA105 represents a new generation of antibody fragment therapeutics that have favourable biochemical properties over earlier classes of antibody fragments, such as high stability, solubility and high monomeric content.