conjugation


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  • noun

Synonyms for conjugation

Synonyms for conjugation

the state of being joined together

the inflection of verbs

the complete set of inflected forms of a verb

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a class of verbs having the same inflectional forms

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Ciliates rapidly enhance the frequency of conjugation between Escherichia coli strains through bacterial accumulation in vesicles.
Finally, we added a population model for interstrain variability to quantify the extent of variability in metabolism through oxidation and glutathione conjugation.
The ability to deliver services, such as Stable Isotope Labeling, Protein Biotinylation, Fluorescent labeling in vitro, Fluorescent tagged protein in vivo and Enzyme/Antibody conjugation shortens timelines and results in a more cost effective solution to clients.
Novozymes and Almac have a solid history of cooperation in peptide and small molecule conjugation projects.
4] maintain a co-planar structure to fulfill the p-[pi] electron conjugation over the rings, and such configuration may further stabilize the entire molecule.
While the chance to hear the pronunciation of a native Italian speaker is a plus, the complete absence of any written or visual conjugation, definition, or contextualization is certainly a drawback.
The Genistein-PLLA conjugation was dissolved in 100 ml HPLC grade DCM and coated on stent using spray coating technique to check the feasibility of conjugation coating on stent.
Sometimes the change of the case form of the object under discussion is accompanied by the change in the definite/indefinite (objective/subjective) conjugation type in predicate, e.
mu]], called the commutativity symmetry, and it is less obvious the conjugation symmetry [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
AFTER the recent rant by Disillusioned Pensioner who complained of my bad grammar - "in English prepositions take the accusative case" - as well as Margaret Thatcher, George Bush, Gordon Brown and everybody, Fred Sheard has been moved to write to me about declination and conjugation in a way that brought a smile back to my face.
Most recently, Son et al [48] demonstrated that both resistance and entereotoxigenicity were transferred using bacterial conjugation experiments with antibiotic-resistant isolates of E.
Conjugation starts when two bacteria smush their membranes together.
It seems that the conjugation of omega-3s to phospholipids has a significant and beneficial effect on cognitive performance," concluded Dr Pelled.
ChromaLink is the result of attempting to meet an existing market application need with Solulink's unique conjugation technology.
Among the topics are the nomenclature and molecular biology of the human sulfotransferase family, the pharmocogenetics and pharmacogenomics of sulfate conjugation, molecular cloning of the human cytosolic sulfotransferases, sulfotransferases in the human fetus and neonate, estrogen sulfotransferase in breast cancer, species differences in cytosolic sulfotransferases, and the activation and inactivation of carcinogens and mutagens by human sulfotransferases.