Generally, the thermostability of polyurethanes depends on the number of aromatic moieties
and urethane linkages, as they can withstand a considerable amount of heat (32).
In such cases, photosensitive moieties
are attached to PNIPAM hydrogels and volume transitions are achieved by irradiating the entire system at the resonance wavelength of the photosensitive moieties
The glycan moieties
of complex carbohydrates contribute important functional role to these molecules in recognition, memory, half life and molecular transport and targeting in mammalian physiology in normal and pathological conditions (Helenius and Aebi, 2004; Szabo et al.
It was determined that this is because the hydrogen is shared between two phenolate moieties
144) Since the moieties
are exogamous, they set the structure for sex life.
So, scientists wanted to determine the effects of freezing and thawing on changes in the protein moieties
of plain soft and Monterey Jack (MJ) goat milk cheeses.
The polymer has metallocene moieties
as constituents of the polymer structure.
We further purified the enzyme moieties
from the aromatase-rich equine testis, giving better yields than placenta.
More than 80 percent of the ammonium acrylate moieties
need to decompose and leave the polymer film before acceptable water resistance is obtained.
Only uronic acid moieties
showed some tendency to degradation with reduced ratios on pulping.
de Josselin de Jong, he interpreted Ngaju culture as reflecting a clearly stratified upper- and underworld, and, similarly, a society composed of two tribal moieties
The companies say that by combining targeting and immunostimulatory (effector) moieties
, the complexine technology is designed to direct an immune response to a specific site, such as a solid tumor, to neutralize or interfere with its growth.