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add nonfissionable material to (fissionable material) so as to make unsuitable for use in an atomic bomb

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modify (as a native protein) especially by heat, acid, alkali, or ultraviolet radiation so that all of the original properties are removed or diminished

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(6.02 x1023 ml-1), T is absolute temperature, IH* is enthalpy of activation of denaturation, Ea* is activation energy for denaturation, IG* is free energy for denaturation, and IS* is entropy of activation of denaturation
According to our previous studies [5,12], the major factors leading to PSE-like meat having poor protein functionalities are concluded as protein conformation, characteristic of salt soluble proteins, myosin and actin denaturation during meat processing, which also depend on pH and ionic strength conditions.
Theoretically, allergy can decrease because of the destruction of epitopes or it can increase because of the formation of new epitopes or an improved accessibility of cryptic or hidden epitopes after allergen denaturation (El-Agamy.
RF probes for SUI therapy therefore typically require needles inserted through the urethral wall and into the submucosal tissue for collagen heating, denaturation, and shrinkage, with saline irrigation of the mucosa to prevent overheating.
In all cases, the thermal denaturation was found to be irreversible; therefore, the thermogram corresponding to the reheating run was used as an instrumental baseline.
In this study, the protein denaturation bioassay was performed for in vitro assessment of anti-inflammatory activity of phthalimide derivatives.
Both the lipid oxidative capabilities of fish muscle and chemical side reactions between lipids and proteins causing protein aggregation and denaturation are linked to muscle structure activity within Atlantic salmon contributing to quality change during short- and long-term storage [42].
After DNA denaturation, the temperature is reduced to allow addition of a thermostable double-stranded DNA Duplex specific nuclease (DSN) and mutation-overlapping oligonucleotide probes that guide nuclease digestion to the selected WT DNA sequences (28).
The refining processes used to make surimi and fish protein isolate (FPI) are different in terms of protein denaturation.
PCR reaction mixture of 25 uL contained 10X PCR buffer, 100mM dNTPs (BIOLINE, UK), (25 mM MgCl2 (BIOLINE), ITS (F+R) primers, template DNA, Taq polymerase (BIOLINE) and ddH2O with initial denaturation at 94degC for 5 min.
Consequently, a total resection of the mass together with part of the left atrial appendage was performed and pathology showed cavernous hemangioma with some myocardial tissue denaturation, partial cardiac collagen degeneration, hypertrophy, and enlargement of the nucleus (Figure 2(d)); immunostaining showed positive Ki-67 and negative SMA.
The strong negative cooperativity, obtained from this powerfull model, were suggested the denaturation of HSA by toxic Lanthanide ions.
(2002), under the following conditions: initial denaturation for 4min at 95[degrees]C, followed by 40 cycles of denaturation for 40sec at 94[degrees]C, annealing for 30sec at 59[degrees]C and extension for 60sec at 72[degrees]C; with a final extension for 6min at 72[degrees]C.
In conjunction, the Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) found in Microcyn Technology has been shown in non-clinical studies to kill bacteria, viruses, spores, and fungi through well-studied mechanisms of action, including denaturation, a process in which the structure of surface proteins on the microorganism are irreversibly changed or damaged.
For Nancy, history (until this point) is precisely a history in relation to a nature that is simply given (both as the ground and telos of history), and the exhaustion of the world through globalisation signals retrospectively a historical process of rupture that Nancy (2007) terms denaturation (p.