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consisting of two or more interconnected parts

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts

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a center of organization, supply, or activity

an exaggerated concern

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a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts

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a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated

(psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person's behavior

a whole structure (as a building) made up of interconnected or related structures

complicated in structure

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In this study, the inclusion complex of hesperidin methyl chalcone with HP-b-CD was formed for the first time.
Inclusion complex formation of MBT and MBI with [alpha]-cyclodextrin was described previously.
Six rats were given injectable beta-cyclodextrinoridonin inclusion complex (99 mg/[m.
The molecular mechanics, PM3 and AM1 methods were applied to study the formation and the geometries of inclusion complex between neutral, anionic and cationic species of PABA and [beta]-CD with and without the water molecules.
The inclusion complex of insulin with [beta]-CD is confirmed by thin layer chromatographic studies.
a] is the association constant, [CD x 2S] is the concentration of the inclusion complex, [S] is the concentration of free surfactant (nonassociated), [CD] is the concentration of free [beta]-CD (nonassociated), [[CD.
Therefore, a marked inhibition to mice edema induced by carrageenan was found following oral administration of p-cymene/[beta]-CD inclusion complex at tested doses and the inhibition was significantly higher than those of the same amount of p-cymene at early stage, indicating that the effect of inclusion complexes group acted more rapidly and powerful in comparison with that of monoterpene isolated (p-cymene).
They could form 1:1 inclusion complexes and the formation constant reduced with the elevation of temperature indicating that inclusion complex was unsuitable to be prepared at higher temperature.
Possibly, the conditions that we used such as solvent, temperature, and host/guest ratio could affect the inclusion complex formation [32], As a result, the cavity of CD molecules present onto fiber surface would be available for inclusion complexation with organic waste molecules.
Thermal analysis and gas chromatography coupled mass spectrometry analyses of hydroxypropyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin inclusion complex containing Lippia gracilis essential oil.
10] discovered that the formation of an inclusion complex between CB[7] and berberine leads to improved fluorescence intensity.
Solid inclusion complex products of alpha-tocopherol:beta-cyclodextrin and quercetin:gamma-cyclodextrin had molar ratios of 1.
In this case, specifically sequenced glycoproteins and peptides form a lattice or inclusion complex and multiple receptor sites attach to a toxic molecule with irreversible bonds, literally wrapping around the toxic substance to prevent additional reactions with tissues or organs as it is eliminated from the body.
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