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Synonyms for conjugated

formed by the union of two compounds

joined together especially in a pair or pairs

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of an organic compound

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[USPRwire, Fri Aug 30 2019] Conjugated Estrogen Market: Drivers and Restraints Menopause is a natural and normal process in women, which occurs due to aging and lowers the function of ovaries and lowers the levels of estrogen and other hormones in the body.
[ClickPress, Fri Aug 30 2019] Conjugated Estrogen Market: Drivers and Restraints Menopause is a natural and normal process in women, which occurs due to aging and lowers the function of ovaries and lowers the levels of estrogen and other hormones in the body.
* Conjugated antibodies, polymers, proteins and fluorophores;
The improved optical properties and excellent water solubility of these two novel DPP -based conjugated polyelectrolytes allow them to be promising materials in optoelectronic applications.
In this work, we synthesized conjugated phenylene polymer-modified photoanodes by immobilization of Lcysteine-stabilized QDs after electrochemical polymerization of functionalized phenyldiazonium salts onto ITO glass electrodes.
Epirubicin was conjugated with bovine serum albumin (Epi-BSA) and oval albumin (Epi-OVA) separately by two step glutaraldehyde method by following the procedure as described (Samra et al., 2013).
Goat secondary antibodies conjugated to HRP (anti-rabbit IgG and anti-human IgG) were purchased from Sigma Aldrich (USA).
* Hiberix contains 10 [micro]g purified capsular polyribosyl ribitolphosphate (PRP) conjugated to 25pg tetanus toxoid (PRP-T) and is supplied as a single-dose vial of lyophilized vaccine to be reconstituted with saline diluent.
Dairy products, high in conjugated linoleic acid, show promise as functional foods because of their reported health benefits.
He had marked jaundice, with a reported "Bili Conjugated" of 4.7 mg/dL (reference interval, 0.0-0.2 mg/dL), as well as increased aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, and [gamma]-glutamyltransferase activities.
The greater quantities of waste generation and the more stringent regulations for waste discharge/disposal call for a more effective and efficient treatment process to overcome the drawbacks existing in the traditional separation methods Novel magnetic nanosorbent--surface functionalized magnetic nanoparticles conjugated with specific metal chelators--has been developed for separation of metal ions from aqueous systems, which offers a simple, fast, effective, and environmentally benign technique in wastewater treatment and spent nuclear separation.
Development of conjugated estrogens/bazedoxifene, the first tissue selective estrogen complex (TSEC) for management of menopausal hot flashes and postmenopausal bone loss.
Chemistry tests prone to spurious results from samples containing a monoclonal protein include conjugated bilirubin, (1,2) total bilirubin, (1,3-5) creatinine, (6,7) phosphate, (8,9) calcium, (10) glucose, (11,12) urea nitrogen, (13) uric acid, (14) [gamma]-glutamyltransferase, (12) iron, (15,16) low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, (17) and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol.
Then, epoxypropoxy coumarin (EPC) was conjugated to hydrophobically modified poly (vinyl alcohol)--epoxypropoxy coumarin conjugate (HmPVA) by the reaction between the epoxy groups of EPC and the hydroxyl group of HmPVA (Fig.
Polymers that are intrinsically conductive are called conjugated polymers, says Kar (applied chemistry, Birla Institute of Technology, India), but they are not conductive enough to replace traditional semiconductors unless they are doped.