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multivalent

[¦məl·tə′vā·lənt]
(chemistry)
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7,21) The current study quantitatively and qualitatively assesses the safety, immunogenicity and efficacy profiles of the monovalent and multivalent LB vaccines from the available clinical trials, in the hope this may assist in the development of future vaccines for the human disease.
The company's novel Azymetric, AlbuCORE, and EFECT platforms, its Zymelink conjugation platform and cytotoxins, and its proprietary ZymeCAD structure-guided protein engineering technology, enable the development of highly potent bi-specific antibodies, multivalent protein therapeutics, and antibody drug conjugates across a range of indications.
Of the total grant, 227,000 is for Midatech directly, with the balance going to the consortium of nine leading academic groups with expertise in automated solid-phase carbohydrate synthesis, microarray based high-throughput screening technology, tumour immunology, structural glycobiology, multivalent systems and medicinal chemistry along with 4 industrial partners active in nanomedicine, immunotherapy, medicinal device development.
But this is a significant first step in the design of a multivalent vaccine against several autism-related gut bacteria, he said.
Osaretin Ighile's recent sculpture employs strategies that grasp notions of artworks not merely, as single images that express big ideas about humanity, but also as conceptual totalities with multivalent narratives crafted from a variety of approaches.
The crosslinks include multivalent metal ion crosslinks formed with one or more ions of aluminum, boron, bismuth, titanium, or zirconium.
RAIMONDI *: NOUVEAU MUSEE NATIONAL DE MONACO * FEBRUARY 2-APRIL 3 * CURATED BY SIMONE MENEGOI AND CRISTIANO At last, curators are admitting thar their concepts are artifices, frameworks for imposing specific readings on multivalent works of art.
A fifteen day intensive of study and prayer for CSSJs who know that it's all about-falling in love and staying in love; for CSSJs whose life experience has made active/inclusive love a habit and who want to renew their enthusiasm and zeal; for CSSJs who are puzzling over the meaning of their vocation in a time of ambivalence and multivalent opportunities for ministry; for CSSJs who feel "worn out" but want to rekindle their vision.
The results of this study indicate that the NDV (B1) and IBV (ARK) vaccines and a multivalent vaccine constituted by NDV (B1) and IBV (ARK and MASS) did not interfere with the protection induced by the CEO ILTV vaccine.
Modified vaccinia Ankara-Bavarian Nordic, or MVA-BN, is a multivalent vaccine vector for the development of vaccines against infectious diseases and cancer.
Specific topics include human gangliosides and bacterial lipo-oligosaccharides in the development of automminune neuropathies, biotinylated multivalent glycoconjugates for surface coating, N-linked glycoprotein analysis using dual-extraction ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography and electrospray tandem mass spectrometry, microarray-based study of carbohydrate-protein building, metabolics in glycomics, extraction of chondroitin/dermatan sulfate glycosaminoglycans from connective tissue for mass spectrometric analysis, and characterization of polysaccharides using mass spectrometry for bacterial serotyping.
Of particular value is the way the text as a whole evinces the multivalent and dynamic qualities of love and justice: love energizes, directs, and transcends justice; it fulfills and negates justice.