polylysine


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polylysine

(ˌpɒlɪˈlaɪsiːn)
n
(General Physics) microscopy a type of synthetic polypeptide used to enable adhesion of cells to microscope slides
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The researchers generated their microcarriers by synthesizing polycaprolactone spheres and coating them with two proteins polylysine and fibronectin.
The product is the first solution formulated with natural ingredients such as polylysine as a disinfecting agent, instead of the usual polyhexamethylene biguanide (PHMB), as well as vitamin C glucoside and hyaluronic acid.
Then embryos were washed three times with TPBS, fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde at room temperature for 30 min, and mounted on polylysine slides and washed again with TPBS and permeabilized at room temperature for 30 min.
Capillary electrophoresis analysis of poly(ethylene glycol) and ligand-modified polylysine gene delivery vectors.
To date, SPIOs modified or coated with dextran, polystyrene, polyethylene glycol (PEG), and polylysine (PLL) have been studied and applied [11, 13-15].
Such surface modifications typically include imparting a net positive electrical charge to the slide by treatment with agents such as aminosilane, (4), (5) polylysine, (6-8) or other proprietary chemistries.
The preferential interactions of polylysine and polyarginine with specific base sequences in DNA.
Polymers like polylysine are just as strong, but they rip the membranes apart," says Brooks.
The fructosamine assay was developed in 1983 (6), but it was modified--and improved--in 1990 by the addition of uricase, a nonionic detergent, and polylysine calibrators (7).
ALK, a research-driven pharmaceutical company is pleased to announce that it has entered into a supply contract with HealthTrust Purchasing Group for PRE-PEN (benzylpenicilloyl polylysine injection USP).
After eliminating the unbound antigen by washing with TB-T (3 times), the unoccupied positively charged polylysine molecules were neutralized by saturating the plates with 100 [micro]l of negatively charged poly L-glutamate (50 [micro]g/ml in TBS) for two hours at room temperature.