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molecular

1. of or relating to molecules
2. Logic (of a sentence, formula, etc.) capable of analysis into atomic formulae of the appropriate kind
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This report describes and evaluates the molecular diagnostics technologies that will play an important role in practice of medicine, public health, pharmaceutical industry, forensics and biological warfare in the 21st century.
The newest patent allows 28 claims related to charge-transporting molecular glass mixtures, luminescent molecular glass mixtures, or combinations thereof with specific characteristics and structures the details of which are included in the patent.
The Sacks lab at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., recently described a new approach to measuring molecular S[O.sub.2], termed "head-space gas detection tube" (HS-GDT, see Figure 2 the online version of this article has a link to more information here) which does not disrupt anthocyanin-S[O.sub.2] complexes.
The 10 articles in this 2-part special section on molecular cytopathology review the current literature summarizing the diagnostic experience of expert molecular cytopathologists and are specifically designed to be a practical and concise guide to the current clinical practice.
The provision relates to the turbo molecular pumping the S3 project.
IBA Molecular is jointly owned by SK Capital Partners and Ion Beam Applications S.A.
She was addressing a threeday workshop on "Techniques in Molecular Genetics" at SALU after inaugurating the same.
They concluded that the V-notch exhibited little influence on weld strength at least for this system and postulated a layer of poor bonding under the V-notch owing to the frozen-in molecular orientation near the mold.
13 September 2013 - US-based Natural Molecular Testing Corp said yesterday it had launched diagnostic molecular tests for women's preventive healthcare.
Ten years ago, few laboratorians would have predicted that community-based labs would routinely perform molecular tests as they do today.
candidate, and Tomoharu Oka, an Associate Professor, named it a "pigtail" molecular cloud from its morphology.
There are many types of laboratories that perform molecular testing.