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biochemical

[‚bī·ō′kem·i·kəl]
(biochemistry)
A chemical that produces an effect on living organisms after making contact.
Referring to chemical substances found in or having an effect on living organisms.
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The biochemicals control market is expected to grow exponentially during the forecast period, primarily due to the changing lifestyle, physical inactivity and prognosis of patients with biochemical relapse of prostate cancer treatment are some of the key drivers of this market.
We continue to make targeted, strategic investments that give VWR access to the high growth biochemical industry, allowing us to more effectively leverage our infrastructure, and to provide enhanced solutions for our customers," said Manuel Brocke-Benz, President and CEO of VWR.
Based in Twinsburg and Aurora, Ohio and founded in 1992, NBC manufactures and supplies molecular biology reagents, multi-compendial chemicals, and biotechnology and diagnostic biochemicals to customers internationally.
In the biochemicals value chain, Novozymes is primarily developing the enzymes or micro-organisms that enable production of biochemicals, while partnering with chemical companies or agricultural processors.
Manufacturers of supplements in the United States rely on Kaden Biochemicals for three lines of important high purity ingredients derived from plant materials.
Using global metabolic profiling, metabolic signatures of ALS were observed in biochemical pathways previously associated with proposed disease mechanisms in ALS as well as in biochemical pathways suggestive of hepatic involvement.
Sarnia's new Bluewater Biochemicals plant will help move Ontario's clean technology agenda forward.
Based on this discovery, the team of researchers was able to successfully synthesize biofuels including ethanol and butanol, and biochemicals including acetate, acetone, isopropanol, succinate and propionate from fatty acids.
Metabolon is a diagnostics and services company offering the industry's leading biochemical profiling platform.
The program, designed to help promote and expand metabolomics as a tool for academic and government investigators as well as encourage novel, high-quality research publications, offers grants to qualified institutions to conduct global biochemical profiling (metabolomics) studies.
Newly Published Study Describes Use of Global Biochemical Profiling to Analyze the Effects of Cigarette Smoke
The mFocus TST research tool provides researchers with a novel way to gain insight into the biochemical progression of cancer," explained Jeff Shuster, director, diagnostics development at Metabolon.

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