thermolabile

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(chemistry, physics, biology) readily changed or destroyed by heat

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Thermolability of mouse oocytes is due to the lack of expression and/or inducibility of Hsp 70.
Meer van der and Van bennekom (1969) observed thermolability, when analyzing a CMS line, which originated from Polish cultivar Wolska, which is a source of T-cytoplasm.
An increased thermolability of MTHFR, connected to 677 C [right arrow] T methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase homozygous variant, is associated with hyperhomocysteinemia in patients with atherosclerotic disease, especially when plasma folic acid levels are low (5,8,9,13,17).
Unusual thermolability properties of leukocyte R-hexosaminidase: implications in screening for carriers of Tay-Sachs disease.
An attempt to purify the(se) substance(s) out of P3 failed since any purification step was counteracted by a high degree of lability of the substance(s); the dopaminergic activity disappeared which may either be due to high degree of thermolability or due to condensation of the molecules (Wuttke et al.
Primary vaccine failure may have occurred as a result of poor vaccine handling practices during the early campaigns, vaccination at about 10 months of age when maternal antibody could interfere with successful vaccination, or thermolability of the vaccine used at that time.
The thermolability of vitamin [B.sub.12] would explain the benefits of using HPH in royal jelly and iron food supplements.
Studies on influence of age of sheep and postmortem carcass conditioning treatments on muscular collagen and its thermolability. J.
Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MR) deficiency: thermolability of residual MR activity, methionine synthase activity, and methylcobalamin levels in cultured fibroblasts.
An excess of lymphocytes in the peripheral blood might lead to a false-positive diagnosis of heterozygosity when standard enzyme-based (differential isoenzyme thermolability) determinations of heterozygosity are used; an excess of granulocytes could lead to a false-negative diagnosis of heterozygosity.
Homozygosity for a common polymorphism (677C [right arrow] T mutation) causes thermolability of MTHFR (2, 3) and leads to mild hyperhomocysteinemia, particularly when folate intake is low.