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relating to simple or elementary organization

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Researchers led by Zhen Liu at Nanjing University (China) have now developed "molecularly imprinted" biocompatible polymer nanoparticles that recognize HER2 just as specifically as an antibody in order to prevent the dimerization.
Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIP) have cavities and adsorption sites that match with the template molecules and can achieve specific recognition to the template molecules.
At present his main research field is material science and technology: investigation of the physical and chemical properties and possibilities for practical applications of molecularly imprinted polymers.
The development of molecularly tagged empty hard-shell capsules will allow ACG's customers to enhance every distribution channel's integrity.
For example, the group of Piletsky developed a molecularly imprinted nanoparticle-based SPR sensor system for the sensitive detection of diclofenac in aqueous solutions [141].
Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) have been widely applied to sample preparation for the selective separation and enrichment of trace analytes [22-26].
Patrick Soon-Shiong, is an immuno-oncology company focused on the discovery of innovative antibody, T cell and NK cell based treatments by developing molecularly targeted therapeutics, based on the proteomic profile of the patient's tumor, independent of the cancer's anatomical type.
Babesia caballi was molecularly detected from Sudanese camel [8] using Reverse Line Block (RLB).
According to Green Biologics, a proprietary fermentation platform is used to produce chemicals that are molecularly identical to their petro-based counterparts without the associated contaminants.
The company's signature compound, Back-Set molecularly breaks down the ionic bond in hydrated portland cement, completely dissolving and releasing hardened material from surfaces.
During this process, a vapourised finishing material is molecularly bonded to a protective layer of chrome to enhance the durability of the faucet up to two times the industry benchmark.
OmegaActiv is an ultra-refined, molecularly distilled and highly-purified single source fish oil.
Molecularly imprinted polymers are prepared by co-polymerization of a cross linking agent with the formed complex from a template and a functional monomer.
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