It has been suggested that the covalently
bound lipid layer provides a template upon which the free lipids form intercellular lamellae .
We see even higher contact angle changes than described in former publications with covalently
bound spiropyran [16, 17, 20, 21].
(11-13) The hydroxyl group of HEA not only reacts with PIH to form covalently
crosslinking networks, but also engages in intramolecular and/or intermolecular hydrogen bonding with carbonyl, ether, or other electronegative acceptor functionality in the polymeric states.
Comparison between both methods shows higher IE in covalently
immobilized lipase at minimum immobilization time, but no significant differences observed when the time was increased.
cross-linked and hydrophobically modified ALG-H was prepared.
In this case, the researchers used covalently
cross-linked gels, which contain irreversible chemical bonds.
Chemists, materials scientists and engineers, and other researchers report recent findings regarding polymeric biomaterials, including interpenetrating polymer networks (IPM), a form in which two or more networks are at least partially interlaced but not covalently
The arsenic disappeared, indicating it wasn't covalently
bound to DNA.
Captivate[TM] particles consist of a magnetite core enveloped by a ceramic zirconium oxide coating, to which carefully selected and purified antibodies to surface components of the target microorganism are covalently
Law emerges covalently
with any and every society (it can emerge and be maintained in the absence of a coercive state).
Other admirable qualifies include the wherewithal to covalently
bind nucleic acid samples to membranes in less than 30 seconds (240 times faster than vacuum-oven baking, according to the firm), and enhance sample visibility on autoradiograms by up to 445 percent.