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polymorph

[′päl·i‚mȯrf]
(biology)
An organism that exhibits polymorphism.
(crystallography)
One of the crystal forms of a substance displaying polymorphism. Also known as polymorphic modification.
(histology)
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In these patients, TLC was increased (> 11000 cells/cumm) and DLC showed increased polymorphs (> 60%).
4] polymorphs composing NPs corresponds to smallest free volumes associated with them.
Similarly, in the 20[degrees]C, there were aragonite, calcite and vaterite polymorph in the calcium carbonate precipitation.
The skin with underlying dermis revealed marked infiltration by lymphocytes, histiocytes, plasma cells and polymorphs.
Summary: A monoclinic polymorph of NN'-bis(2-pyridyl)oxamide has been synthesized and characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffract ion met hod.
Severe inflammatory reaction as evidenced by polymorphs and increased number of fibers in the tunica advantitia was noticed in group I on 14th day (Fig.
PCC exists mainly as a calcite or aragonite crystalline polymorph.
For polymorphs leading to amino acid substitutions that change the protein's charge, differences in migration are observed.
8) published a "comparison of the four anhydrous polymorphs of carbamazepine.
To make the modeling easier, the system of six polymorphs and liquid chocolate was simplified to model only three materials: stable solids, unstable solids, and melt.
Novartis later marketed this polymorph as the pharmaceutical drug Gleevec.
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) investigations demonstrated a lymphocytic meningitic picture with 100 lymphocytes/[micro]l, no polymorphs, protein 1.