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trimer

[′trī·mər]
(chemistry)
An oligomer whose molecule is composed of three identical monomers.
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(21.) Gite, VV, Mahulikar, PP, Hundiwale, DG, "Preparation and Properties of Polyurethane Coatings Based on Acrylic Polyols and Trimer of Isophorone Diisocyanate." Prog.
By either blocking or increasing sulfation of these amino acids, the researchers changed the sensitivity of the virus to different neutralizing antibodies, indicating that the trimer was being either opened or closed.
The polyester polyols were crosslinked with HDI isocyanurate and IPDI trimer forming polyurethane films.
A-type proanthocyanidm trimers from cranberry that inhibit adherence of uropathogenic P-Fimbriated Escherichia coli.
We used Western blotting to measure the trimer, hexamer, and HA/1W adiponectin isoforms in 56 human plasma samples.
In order to determine more precisely how much of the cyclic oligomer is present, the areas for peak 1 (the bulk polymer), peak 2 (the cyclic tetramer) and peak 3 (the cyclic trimer) were calculated from the GPC traces and are plotted in Fig.
(10), and to ascertain the safety of styrene dimers and trimers, we used a solubility test and three ER binding assays (12) (Table 1).
Transport of proanthocyanidin dimer, trimer, and polymer across monolayers of human intestinal epithelial caco-2 cells.
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This white solid is a trimer of cyanamide, with a 1,3,5-triazine skeleton.
For labelling 20 [micro]g (5-10 nmol) of conjugate (mono-, di-, or trimer) was mixed with 100-500 [micro]L eluate (~30-160 MBq) and the pH was adjusted to 4.5 by adding 20 [micro]L of sodium acetate solution (1.14 M) per 100 [micro]L eluate.