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Related to conjugated: conjugated diene, Conjugated bilirubin, Conjugated linoleic acid, Conjugated estrogens
  • adj

Synonyms for conjugated

formed by the union of two compounds

joined together especially in a pair or pairs

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of an organic compound

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Canadian scientists wanted to see how cattle lactation diets, processing and the storage of dairy products would affect the amount of conjugated linoleic acid in those products.
Through the statistical analysis, the report depicts the global and Chinese total market of Conjugated Estrogens Industry including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and Chinese import/export.
Changes from baseline in protein C activity, D-dimer level, and prothrombin and partial thromboplastin times were similar in the two bazedoxifene / conjugated estrogens study arms and in placebo-treated controls.
The studies showed that XMT-1107, a novel anti-angiogenic fumagillin analog conjugated to Mersana's proprietary Fleximer(R), demonstrated superior anti-tumor activity in tumor xenograft models in comparison to other anti-angiogenic agents and extended exposure to the conjugated drug, supporting the potential clinical utility of XMT-1107 as an anti-cancer agent.
of Sheffield) examines the properties of conjugated polymers, explaining how electron-electron interactions and electron-lattice coupling determine the types and character of the low-lying electronic states, starting with the simplest approximations if noninteracting electronics.
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Super-Leu-Dox consists of doxorubicin (a marketed cytotoxic compound used in treating cancer) conjugated to a proprietary prodrug peptide.
Concentrations of unconjugated estrone--which is generally more biologically active than conjugated estrone--ranged from undetectable (less than 40 picograms per liter [pg/L]) in the open ocean to nearly 2,000 pg/L in embayed areas near population centers.
This article reviews how some conjugated polymers can detect and transduce chemical or physical information into an optical or electrical signal.
I am concerned about the use of agents that boost apoptosis (programmed cell death) to fight cancer--substances such as conjugated linoleic acid ("Better butter?
With 65% of the population classified as obese, the largest conjugated linoleic acid market is the US, where the supplement is widely recognised by consumers.
Key statement: The present invention achieves increased filler interaction by incorporating a small amount (a few units per chain of rubbery polymer) of a conjugated triene monomer, such as alloocimene, randomly throughout the polymer chain of a rubbery polymer or at the chain ends of the rubbery polymer.