calcium ion


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Noun1.calcium ion - ion of calcium; a factor in the clotting of blood
atomic number 20, Ca, calcium - a white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light; the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust; an important component of most plants and animals
clotting factor, coagulation factor - any of the factors in the blood whose actions are essential for blood coagulation
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In order to measure the concentration of calcium ion presence and pH in mixtures after reaction was started, each mixture was prepared in a test tube.
The quenched strength of these ions in the descending order was: lead ion > calcium ion > sodium ion.
Calcium Bentonite (aka Southern Bentonite): The calcium ion concentration in this variety creates a lower swell green sand system with low viscosity, lower water absorption and the resulting quicker water loss.
Multiple theories of aging exist, but brain aging is always associated with dysregulation of the calcium ion (Ca2+).
Biomass contained a significant amount of calcium ion in its structure when compared to the other elements.
Two of the four lad encode for transmembranal calcium ion transport, a physiologic finding that could become a treatment target, Dr.
Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the pH, calcium ion release and antimicrobial activity of EndoBinder, composed with different radiopacifiers, as compared with MTA.
Two of the four loci encode for transmembranal calcium ion transport, a physiologic finding that could become a treatment target, Dr.
The team then employs a fast kinetic fluorescence imaging method to monitor fluctuations in intracellular calcium ion (Ca2+) levels during contractions.
According to the most recent analyses the composition of "Mivela" is as follows: bicarbonate ion (from 1990 to 2073 mg/L), free CO2 (from 500 to 872 mg/L), sodium ion (from 109 to 127 mg/L), calcium ion (from 21.
The hormone used is parathormone (parathyroid hormone), and the substance regulated is calcium ion concentration in the blood.
Calcium ion mediates complex intracellular signaling cascades as an intracellular secondary messenger at the cellular level (Clapham, 2007), and it is also essential for various physiological processes including bone formation, muscle contraction, milk formation, and neuron excitability (Brommage, 1989).