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The polymers course has been designed to apprise personal care professionals on the state of the art in the use and potential future uses of macromolecules in personal care products.
IBM Research and Singapore's Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology Announce New Macromolecule with Triple-Play Action to Help Fight Virus Infection and Drug Resistance
Currently, synthesis of the precursor silicate octa-anion has been done in bulk for the production of POSS macromolecules in high yields.
The majority of light-gathering macromolecules are composed of chromophores (responsible for the colour of molecules) attached to proteins, which carry out the first step of photosynthesis, capturing sunlight and transferring the associated energy highly efficiently.
4 ( ANI ): A precisely designed macromolecule that is capable of mimicking the binding of HIV to immune system cells could be used to stop HIV virus from physically entering the body.
Aphios president and CEO, Trevor Castor, said, 'Aphios is enhancing the oral bioavailability of therapeutic proteins by encapsulating protein macromolecules and nanoparticles in biodegradable polymer nanospheres.
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Commonly these antibodies are used unmodified, which is - with a few exceptions - not very efficient though", says Dario Neri, Professor of Bio macromolecules at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences of ETHZ.
Research leader Prof David Liu, from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, said: "Most modern drugs are based on small organic molecules, but biological macromolecules may be better suited as pharmaceuticals in some cases.
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Folding and Self-Assembly of Biological Macromolecules E.
Le Prix des sciences et de l'ingenierie des macromolecules est decerne a une personne qui s'est distinguee dans le domaine des sciences ou de l'ingenierie des macromolecules.
Anionic polymerization techniques have traditionally been employed in the synthesis of polymeric materials macromolecules with controlled molecular weights and tailored chemical compositions.
Even better, suggests Kouwenhoven, would be to develop macromolecules that incorporate all the needed circuit elements--transistors, resistors, and capacitors--as do today's integrated circuits.