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monomeric

[‚män·ə′mer·ik]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having a single polypeptide chain.
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(2001) showed that a monomeric indole alkaloid, coronaridine, acts in mitochondria and that a chlorophormic fraction containing a mixture of coronaridine and bisindolic alkaloids does as well.
Monomeric products range from standard phthalates to proprietary special-purpose materials.
The addition of HA at 35 mg C/L and FA at 15 mg C/L reduced the concentration of monomeric Al measured in solution (Table 1).
Gel-filtration chromatography (GFC) [4], the gold standard for quantifying bioactive monomeric prolactin in sera, is costly and labor-intensive.
First reported in the journal Nature Methods in 2013 (Shaner et al.), mNeonGreen is the brightest monomeric fluorescent protein available on the market.
Recent in-vitro and cell culture research have shown the ability to stop the propagation and seeding of a-synuclein aggregates against increased monomeric alpha-synuclein expression, fibril preparations of seeded alpha-synuclein, and alpha-synuclein seeds derived from patients diagnosed with Parkinson's disease or Lewy Body Dementia.
Color, monomeric anthocyanins and total phenolic content were monitored.
The polymers used in the plastic are mixed with monomeric units and are not in their pure form, but are harmless.
HPLC separation of monomeric anthocyanins also was performed according to the OIV Compendium of International Methods of Wine and Must Analysis.
Enteral Feeding Formulas Market by Product (Polymeric, Monomeric, Disease-Specific Formulas), by Stage (Adults, Pediatrics), by Application (Oncology, Gastroenterology, Neurology), by End User (Hospitals, LTCS, Home Care) - Global Forecast to 2020
The company said the technology measures cell-surface monomeric TCR-peptide-MHC dissociation rates of TCR candidates, which will enable it to choose tumour-specific T cells with an optimal functional avidity for several types of cancer cells.
Some monomeric and dimeric ellagitannins were proven to inhibit hyaluronidase and metalloproteinase-2/-9 activity (Lee et al.