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a colloid in a more solid form than a sol

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a thin translucent membrane used over stage lights for color effects

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become a gel

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apply a styling gel to

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This study was planned as a noninferiority trial for the primary endpoint with an efficacy rate estimated at 50% and a difference between miconazole Lauriad(R) 50mg Bioadhesive Buccal Tablet and miconazole gel lower than 20%.
TamoGel(TM) is a percutaneously applied gel formulation of the anti-estrogen 4-hydroxytamoxifen (4-OHT), the most active metabolite of tamoxifen.
Patients in the study will apply the MX8899 gel to one side of the neck and a placebo comprised of the vehicle control gel to the other.
PerkinElmer Life Sciences, a leading global provider of drug discovery, life science research and genetic disease screening solutions and Nonlinear Dynamics Ltd, a leading provider of innovative bioinformatics solutions today announced the first sale in Asia of the Progenesis 2D gel analysis system.
Zaxis International provides both standard and custom OEM gel preparations and pre-cast gels for large end users and for resale by manufacturers and distributors of diagnostic kits, DNA sequencers and 2-Dimensional protein separation systems.
The software's strong computational engine enables the automated analysis of more than 50 gels per hour on a standard personal computer.
An advanced digital scanner is incorporated for gel imaging and visualization.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, X-ray and Optical Computed Tomography shall be evaluated along with their limitations and sensitivity of gels.
SANTA CLARITA -- Al Rodriguez recalls the day in the mid-1980s when he looked inside a bottle of vitamins he was selling and instead of tablets saw a fortune in shampoo and hair gel.
For example, on a 12-mile training run at 8:00 pace, that would be two and a half gels, or two gels plus eight ounces of Gatorade--if you're really pushing yourself.
In an advance that could help conservationists restore paintings to their original glory, chemists have developed a cleaning product that switches from a free-flowing liquid to a viscous gel.
Gels are an unsightly but common problem in single-screw extrusion.
Brad Walsh, Facility manager, Australian Proteome Analysis commented, "After testing Z3 at the Australian Proteome Analysis Facility, we believe it is a revolutionary image analysis package with great potential for bringing a paradigm shift to the way 2D gels are analyzed.
Both gels were dispensed in a double-blind fashion in metered doses of 120 [micro]l in applicators supplied by Botanical Laboratories (Ferndale, Wash.