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The report current values the global biochemistry analyzer market at a little over US$ 3,000 Mn.
Manufacturer of an automated biochemistry assay for the detection of adiponectin
Speaking to reporters at a press conference on the International Conference on the Molecular Dimensions of Metabolic Syndrome to be held in Iran's Northeastern city of Mashhad, Head of the Biochemistry Research Center of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences Seyed Mohammad Reza Parizadeh announced that Iran joined the IUBMB after the union's members voiced satisfaction with Iran's successful hosting of the international conference on biochemistry.
Some of us started to look to other countries, where they would be appreciated," said a biochemistry graduate who did not want his name published.
Germany) presents a survey of the biochemistry and physiology of plant secondary metabolism.
PhytoCellTec Alp Rose--based on alpine rose stem cell--has captured these characteristics, according to its supplier, Mibelle Biochemistry.
PESHAWAR, February 08, 2010 (Frontier Star): The competent authority of Health Department, on the recommendation of NWFP Public Service Commission has ordered the appointment of the two doctors as Assistant Professor Biochemistry (BS-18) at Bacha Khan Medical College Mardan on regular basis with immediate effect.
Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations, Sixth Edition.
Interspecific comparison of rubber biochemistry also can provide information as to the likelihood of being able to over-express or suppress specific rubber biosynthetic genes within (1) the host plant and (2) within a different species, to achieve the desired effects on rubber yield and quality.
3 for Omar Zahir, chairman of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at California State University, Northridge.
Art Ragauskas is a faculty member and directs student research at the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Institute of Paper Science and Technology at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
The gifted Nunthorpe biochemist's Part 1 degree results have placed her in the top three in biochemistry at Oxford.
Based on his own research, Falldien developed a list of products he considered would be best for what he wanted his new products to do, and, in early 2001, gave the list to former Sudbury resident and Pennsylvania Mercyhurst College biochemistry student Mari Demarco.
Paraoxonase (PON1) in Health and Disease: Basic and Clinical Aspects is a complete and timely review of the biochemistry, genetics, and toxicology of the enzyme paraoxonase.
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