or degrading vulcanized rubber scrap is a way to produce pseudoliquid material which can be used as an extended plasticizer in virgin rubber compounds.
NAC presumably works by breaking disulfide bonds in the biofilm, thereby having a depolymerizing
This article explores using ultrasonics to recycle lactic acid by depolymerizing
Bio-oil is formed by depolymerizing
and fragmenting cellulose, hemicelluloses, and lignin under high temperature and with limited oxygen (Mohan et al.
1996) and other food processing waste (Zheng and Shetty, 2000) are effective substrates for depolymerizing
enzyme production by solid-state fermentation, which proved to be highly efficient technique in the production of tannase.
34) In vitro studies demonstrated that MeHg presents high affinity for tubulin sulphydryl groups (-SH), depolymerizing
cerebral microtubules and directly inhibiting their assembly.
This presentation concluded that Kip3D localizes to ends of mitotic spindle microtubules and is a microtubule depolymerizing
effect of the colchicine solution on MTs was established using HeLa cells and flow cytometry to detect mitotic arrest.
In addition, Cyclics has patented a new lower-cost process for making CBT resin directly from monomers instead of the current, more costly route of depolymerizing
PBT resin to produce a cyclic oligomer.
The trick, then," she says, "is to break these hydrogen bonds without depolymerizing
the cellulose and turning it back into its basic constituent--glucose.
In one embodiment, the methods involve contacting a polymerized microtubule with a microtubule severing protein or a microtubule depolymerizing
protein in the presence of an ATP or a GTP and a test agent; and detecting the formation of tubulin monomers, dimers or oligomers.
Unfortunately, virtually no scientific research has been conducted in the area of producing new rubbers directly from post-vulcanized (scrap) rubbers without first depolymerizing
the rubber, which is a difficult and environmentally polluting process.