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redox

(rē`dŏks): see oxidation and reductionoxidation and reduction,
complementary chemical reactions characterized by the loss or gain, respectively, of one or more electrons by an atom or molecule. Originally the term oxidation
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Redox integrates with electronic medical records and standardises disparate data formats to consistent JSON data models.
This article presents the redox polymerization of styrene-acrylic copolymer system at ~50[degrees]C.
In the absence of cells, all 3 redox media became more oxidized over the 24-hour incubation period (Figure 1(c)).
3c) shows a significantly increased intensity than ATP and ATP-ATA, indicating that ATA groups are involved in the initiation of the surface-initiated redox polymerization.
Oxidation--reduction potential (ORP), widely used in laboratory studies and industrial applications [20], can be used to monitor the concentration of redox species and is related to OCV as the points where oxidation and reduction are in a state of equilibrium.
Additional experiments confirmed that roGFP2 is not directly oxidized, but properly equilibrates with the glutathione redox couple: Inhibition of endogenous glutaredoxin 1 (Grx1) disrupted roGFP2 responses to [O.
Data collected from the Wiso and Reynolds Range projects to date indicate similar geological-host and redox characteristics compared to the "Kazakhstan style" roll front deposits.
The objective of this investigation was to monitor changes in redox potential and Fe and Mn concentrations in different soils in Australia and India under waterlogged and drained conditions, and to evaluate these in relation to growth reductions of wheat in waterlogged soils.
The cyclic voltammetric technique is extremely popular in chemical research, because it can provide useful information about redox reactions in an easily obtained and interpreted form.
Although multiple mechanism may be involved in the chemopreventive potential of bLF and P-B combination, inhibition of cell proliferation, tumour infiltration and genotoxicity, modulation of cellular redox status and carcinogen-metabolizing enzymes, and induction of apoptosis may be major mechanisms by which bLF and P-B combination exerts chemopreventive effects.