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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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Alternatively, this molecular activity was likely never gained by the bacterial genomes and appeared uniquely in Eukarya conferring immunological capabilities to eukaryotic cells.
For each combination of the reagent levels we can read the value of the molecular activity: high activity values are represented by dark blue squares and small activity values by light blue squares.
(1) Some health care professionals assume that molecular imaging is only a technique to visualize molecular activity, something that nuclear medicine already does.
The scallop enzyme has higher molecular activity than chicken lysozyme, particularly at refrigeration temperatures.
Unlike dynamic laser light scattering which measures molecular activity, LALLS measures molecular size.
On the other hand, drugs which enhanced the molecular activity at P2X1 receptors "may be useful in the treatment of male infertility".
Refrigeration gradually slows the molecular activity of monounsaturated oils--olive, peanut, avocado, and macadamia--and they will become firm (although not as hard as butter), and turn cloudy or opaque.

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