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Synonyms for inactivate

release from military service or remove from the active list of military service

make inactive

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The average D-10 value, the radiation dose needed to inactivate 1 log10 of pathogen on the three products, was 0.61, 0.54, 0.47, 0.36 and 0.15 kGy for Salmonella spp., S.
We also showed that UV light of a laminar flow hood inactivates Zika virus, but particularly if the virus is in a protein-rich environment, the exposure time range should be in hours rather than in minutes.
The INTERCEPT Blood System, based on the company's Helinx technology, is designed to inactivate viruses, bacteria, other pathogens and white blood cells.
These Intercept Blood Systems, based on the Helinx technology, are designed to inactivate viruses, bacteria and other pathogens.
Noting that far-UVC light (207 to 222 nm) efficiently inactivates bacteria without harm to exposed mammalian skin, David Welch, Ph.D., from Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, and colleagues examined the effectiveness of far-UVC light for inactivating airborne viruses carried in aerosols.
These treatments were evaluated with respect to the time required to inactivate peroxidase and catalase.
2003), can selectively inactivate Ape1 repair activity in vitro (Figure 2), with I[C.sub.50] (half-maximal inhibitory concentration) values of 26, 1.0, and 0.61 [micro]M, respectively.
Intercept Blood Systems are designed to inactivate viruses, bacteria and other pathogens, as well as white blood cells, which have been associated with a variety of transfusion reactions.
Cerus added that the process can inactivate susceptible viruses, bacteria, and parasites present in plasma components independently of whether they have been identified as specific blood supply risks.
The studies have included the use of IR to inactivate pathogens in an aerobic environment, or in the presence of modified atmospheres.
European scientists have used microwaves to inactivate alpha-amylases in wheat, pre-cook rice, dry yellow beans and pasteurize herbs.
In an approach known as "chemical genomics," Zheng and colleagues used rapamycin to inactivate TOR in yeast in a collection of mutant yeast strains, one for each gene in the yeast genome and each lacking one gene.
Ionizing radiation can inactivate foodborne pathogens on raw meat and poultry, fruits and vegetables, seafood and RTE meat products.
Specimens that may contain prions require more harsh treatment, such as the addition of 1 M NaOH, to inactivate the samples.
Since the early 1980s, researchers have developed chemical and heat treatments that inactivate a variety of pathogens in blood-derived proteins.