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Tri´me`ra


n. pl.1.(Zool.) A division of Coleoptera including those which have but three joints in the tarsi.
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AVI's Senior Vice President of R&D, stated, "XTL's Trimera technology could significantly reduce the time and money needed to develop these novel drugs.
The Biochem alliance focuses on developing therapeutics for HCV and HBV employing XTL's Trimera (XTL) Hepatitis Modeling Systems.
The alliance is based on BioChem's expertise in medicinal chemistry and virology and XTL's proprietary Trimera technology which can be used to model hepatitis B and C infections in vivo.
Schistosoma mansoni: In vitro schistosomicidal activity of essential oil of Baccharis trimera (Less.
Individually the six terrestrial damp species showed different responses to the environmental watering event, with Bergia trimera and Rorippa eustylis present only in 2014 and Cardamine moirensis present only in 2015.
Pre-clinic toxicological study of a phytotherapic containing Gentiana lutea, Rheum palmatum, Aloe ferox, Cynara scolymus, Atropa belladona, Peumus boldus e Baccharis trimera in New Zealand rabbits.
2007) studied populations of wild and cultivated Baccharis trimera and concluded that higher levels of total phenols were found between May and October in the cultivated population and between June and September in the wild population.
2006) tambem avaliaram o efeito repelente de Baccharis trimera, na concentracao 100 ppm e observaram que o mesmo possui eficacia na repelencia sobre Sitophilus zeamais.
Gap will also open its first store in Vienna, Austria this October through an existing relationship with Gottex Brands, which is a part of the Trimera Group.