Previously described ELISAs for total and cleaved
PS were used (11).
The follicles were composed of a monotonous population of small cleaved
cells similar to the follicular lymphoma diagnosed 13 years previously.
Third, the incorporation of oxidizing agents in the coolant which would reoxidize the cleaved
sulfur-sulfur bonds, is a possibility.
Most semiconductor lasers used today emit their light from the cleaved
edges of a crystal.
Also, samples can be flipped on their sides and cleaved
The ensuing chemical reactions effectively cleaved
these PUFAs into fragments of varying lengths.
In vitro studies demonstrated that SGN-35 remains stable after incubation in human plasma for greater than ten days, but that the linker is efficiently cleaved
upon internalization of the ADC into the target cell, where active drug is released and results in cell death.
Previous work had shown that a ribozyme contains a horseshoe loop with two arms extending from the loop's open bottom end, and that the strand of RNA to be cleaved
is straight and straddles the ribozyme.
Abundant float of cleaved
crowded plagioclase porphyry occurs in northeastern corner of the claim group, although no outcrop was found during the course of fieldwork.