immobilize


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paralyse

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Synonyms for immobilize

to render powerless or motionless, as by inflicting severe injury

to cause to cease regular activity

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hold as reserve or withdraw from circulation

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to hold fast or prevent from moving

make defenseless

convert (assets) into fixed capital

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prohibit the conversion or use of (assets)

cause to be unable to move

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This is owing to tMQ are calculated assuming ideal conditions and restrictions to diffusion are not considered, this theoretical maximum value is only reached by very small molecules, as a result, tMQ is the maximum limit of protein to immobilize in a specific support.
Two oligomers were used separately to immobilize glucose oxidase (GOx) on corona-treated low-density polyethylene (LDPE) at 254 nm for 1 min in an [N.
Its principle is ACES-Attack the problem, whether shooter or tornado; Control the situation: Evacuate or immobilize the attacker; and Scan for further threats.
The objective of this project was to immobilize glucose oxidase (GOx) through a novel approach in molecular imprinting in order to not only retain but also increase enzyme stability and efficiency.
In the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, the clot has been shown to immobilize bacteria so effectively that bacteria embedded in the clot lack even thermal (Brownian) motion.
Keep a piece of wood, cardboard or even a magazine folded in half to immobilize an arm - and store a triangular bandage to serve as a sling.
For decades, scientists have been searching for ways to immobilize soluble enzymes with a variety of solid materials.
1994) reported that a standard dose of 10 mg thiafentanil was used to immobilize moose from a helicopter in winter.
When medicines fail to help a patient who has the painful wrist condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome, doctors are left with two choices: nighttime splints that immobilize the wrist or surgery to free up the compressed nerve there.