diamino

diamino

[dī′am·ə‚nō]
(organic chemistry)
A term used in chemical nomenclature to indicate the presence in a molecule of two amino (‒NH2) groups.
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The reaction of the epoxy-based tetraglycidyl diamino diphenyl methane (TGDDM) with PET is a polyaddition [7].
Slides were incubated in Diamino benzidine (DAB) or other suitable peroxidase substrate.
treated glass and silica gel with a solution of diamino -functional silane in toluene [32] resulting in a monomolecular layer of silane on the surface of the filler.
That is, MGC uses a two-stage machine learning approach to predict genes by firstly computing six features (i.e., monocodon score, dicodon score, monoamino acid score, diamino acid score, TIS coverage, and TIS probability) from ORF with the corresponding linear discriminant, then estimating the gene probability of a given ORF with the neural network model from the corresponding GC range, which takes nine features of the monocodon score, dicodon score, monoamino acid score, diamino acid score, TIS coverage and TIS probability, length complete, length incomplete, and GC-content as input.
After washing, the blot was dipped in substrate solution (0.02% diamino benzidine suspended in PBS containing 0.03% hydrogen peroxide in PBS pH 7.4) for a minute, till brown colour developed.
Toxic effects of diamino diphenyl sulphone in leprosy.
Computer Design Laboratory for Both Fashion and Interior with software's like Lectra Diamino, Modaris and Calido software for Fashion design and CAD, Sketch Up.
It also contains diamino pro-pionic acid which is hazardous to health.
Sections were considered positive if cells showed positive cytoplasmic Diamino Benzidine (DAB) staining (brown color) for the CK antigen when viewed under 40x.