deproteinize

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deproteinize

[dē′prō‚tē‚nīz]
(organic chemistry)
To remove protein from a substance.
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Manufacturers in the deproteinized whey market are vying to get certifications from prominent authorities, in a bid to attain long-term customer retention.
Summary: Manufacturers in the deproteinized whey market are vying to get certifications from prominent authorities, in a bid to attain long-term customer retention.
Tenders are invited for electronic auction for the right to conclude a contract for the supply of medicines (inn deproteinized hemoderivate blood of calves) again
Two established classes of this modified specialty rubber grade developed by the Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) are Ekoprena and Pureprena, formerly known as epoxidized natural rubber (ENR) and deproteinized natural rubber (DPNR), respectively (refs.
did a study on additional effects of platelet-rich fibrin on bone regeneration in sinus augmentation with deproteinized bovine bone material.
Three bone substitutes were used, as follows: one xenograft consisting of deproteinized and lyophilized bovine bone, and two fully alloplastic one based on pure phase beta-tricalcium phosphate (TCP) (>99 %) (alloplastic graft 1) and other based on biphasic calcium phosphate (60 % HA / 40 % beta-TCP) (alloplastic graft 2).
The deproteinized solutions were subsequently supplemented with 40 [micro]l of hydroxylamine hydrochloride (0.04 mol/L) and 60 [micro]l Ba (OH)[sub]2 (0.05 mol/L).
Citric acid production from partly deproteinized whey under non-sterile culture conditions using immobilized cells of lactose-positive and cold-adapted Yarrowia lipolytica B9.
Deproteinized CSF was spiked with Cad and TY and responses obtained were compared with same concentration of Cad and TY extracted after derivatization from aqueous solution.
Graft copolymerization of styrene onto deproteinized natural rubber resulted in a formation of core-shell structure, in which natural rubber particle as a core was surrounded by polystyrene nanolayer as a shell [24].
Kielbassa, "Tridimensional surface roughness analysis after resin infiltration of (deproteinized) natural subsurface carious lesions," Clinical Oral Investigations, vol.