The enzyme denaturant
produced by the bacterial spores denatures the purified enzyme to decrease a concentration of the purified enzyme in residue remaining on the surface after application of the cleaning composition.
L'occupation israelienne est globale et envahit les manuels et programmes scolaires, les modes d'echanges commerciaux tout en denaturant
l'histoire de la Palestine et du Moyen-Orient.
The liquid, chitosan-containing paint denaturant
technology provides a more environmentally responsible alternative to traditional melamine-formaldehyde or acrylic acid-based chemistries.
Having met the requirements stated in the RoHS directive, Markem-Imaje has now taken on a new challenge to replace the methanol currently used as denaturant
in its alcohol-based inks with isopropanol (IPA).
L'economie solidaire auriat laisse place a une pratique d'economie sociale assujettie aux principes du liberalisme marchand, denaturant
ainsi la vocation politique du projet porte par les organisations d'economie solidaire francaises creees entre 1800 et 1850.
Methanol is commonly sold as automotive windshield washer fluid and can be found in paint strippers, carburetor cleaners, photocopying fluid, as an alcohol denaturant
and in some canned cooking fuels such as Sterno[R].
PCR-amplified fragments are separated during electrophoresis according to their melting behavior on a polyacrylamide gel with a linearly increasing denaturant
An aliquot (15 [micro]L) of PCR sample was electrophoresed in a colinearly increasing double gradient of 50% to 95% denaturant
: 7 mol/L urea, 400 mL/L formamide) and 6.
The bands in position 4 actually consisted of two DNA fragments that comigrated in the 20-70% denaturant
Gladase uses papain, a proteolytic enzyme derived from papayas, and urea, a denaturant
of proteins, to remove necrotic tissue and liquefy slough in acute wounds, chronic wounds, infected wounds, carbuncles, and burns.
Peoples Genetics' technologies are made up of procedures for sample preparation and constant denaturant
capillary electrophoresis that can be applied to large pools of DNA (up to 100,000 samples) for identification and validation of low-frequency mutations.
The linear DGGE was performed in 8% polyacrylamide with 20% to 80% denaturant