polybasic


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pol·y·ba·sic

 (pŏl′ē-bā′sĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to salts or acids forming salts with two or more atoms of a univalent metal.
2. Polyprotic.

polybasic

(ˌpɒlɪˈbeɪsɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) (of an acid) having two or more replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
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The artificial synthetic materials are mainly aliphatic polybasic esters such as PLGA, PGA, PLLA, PCL, and so on.
Sequencing of the HA gene showed the polybasic amino acid sequence PLREKRRKR*GLF in the cleavage site, confirming its high pathogenicity.
2 PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE POLYBASIC ACID USED IN ALKYD RESIN PREPARATION TABLE 7 -- Oil-based Enamel, Key Pyrolysis Products at 600[degrees]C RETENTION TIME COMPOUND COMMENTS OR SOURCE 1.
Alkyd resins are defined as polyesters formed by the polycondensation reactions of polyhydric alcohol and polybasic acid and modified with fatty acids or fats [1-3].
PW12 is by heteroatomic P and coordination atoms W in a structure through the oxygen atoms of ligand bridging oxygen polybasic acid.
californica, the negative charges of the polyanionic Pc-3 variants could be neutralized by the polybasic Pc-1 and Pc-4, by the divalent Mg2+, by the basic C-terminus of Pc-3A, or by a combination of these mechanisms.
Soluble hemojuvelin is released by proprotein convertase-mediated cleavage at a conserved polybasic RNRR site.
Polyols prepared from palm oil were reacted with carboxy-functional acrylic copolymer instead of di-or polybasic acids to produce acrylic alkyd resin.
Pathogenicity of HPAI viruses is associated with polybasic amino acids (arginine and lysine) at their HA cleavage site motif (Wood et al.
Quercetin sensitizes RBL-2H3 cells to polybasic mast cell secretagogues through increased expression of [G.
Extraction fluid Category Examples DI Water 10% Acetic acid Monobasic weak acids Vinegar 10% Citric acid Polybasic weak acids Lemon juice, orange juice 1% and 5% Strong acids Acid bleach, battery acid, Hydrochloric acid Coca-Cola 10% Magnesium Multivalent salts Epsom salts, cream of tartar sulfate 2% and 10% Monovalent salts Common salt, borax Sodium chloride