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adduct

[′a‚dəkt]
(chemistry)
A chemical compound that forms from chemical addition of two species; for example, reaction of butadiene with styrene forms an adduct, 4-phenyl-1-cyclohexene.
The complex compound formed by association of an inclusion complex.
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In some cases, there was an overlap of closed quotient values for aBducted chest and aDducted falsetto.
When going from aBducted falsetto to aDducted chest, the ever increasing duration of the closed phase correlates with a decreasing spectral slope, resulting in stronger high frequency components in the acoustic signal for phonations with more adduction of the cartilaginous or membranous glottis (i.
295 Hz) would have to be aDducted falsetto, (21) since (a) chest phonation is usually restricted to the lower range; and (b) breathy phonation, created by aBducted falsetto, is outside the aesthetic boundaries.
L] when compared with the thumb adducted position at angles of attack of 0[degrees] and 45[degrees].
When analyzing the resultant force coefficient (Figure 10), one can note that the position with the thumb abducted presented higher values than the positions with the thumb partially abducted and adducted at angles of attack of 0[degrees] and 45[degrees].
However, the position with the thumb adducted presented slightly higher values at the angles of attack tested in this study.
We identified 40 adducted spots from 2D gel separations of rat olfactory epithelial proteins; 22 of these were nonredundant.
This study also demonstrates some concordance in the adducted proteins identified in rat and monkey nasal epithelial incubations.
Adducted tryptic peptides from serum of a patient exposed to S.
ESI TOF and MALDI-TOF-MS analysis of the intact adducted protein showed that up to 10 amino acid residues in the albumin molecule are modified after the incubation of the protein with a 20-fold excess of toxin in vitro.
The lack of reaction of the antiserum with HSA (lane 1) and with other chemically adducted conjugates (lanes 2-5), and the positive response with H[DI.
By design, the isocyanate hapten is quantified irrespective of the biomolecule to which it is adducted.