MR fluids are one class of smart fluids, those fluids that can have their flow properties change greatly and reversibly
by the application of an external stimulus, such as a magnetic field.
Thus, in analogy to the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for DNA replication, single tri-valent colloids will reversibly
attach to the colloidal master strand, followed by inter-particle crosslinking of the newly formed strand, which then is detached form the master by opening the bonds between the strands.
CABs increase safety because the drug is reversibly
activated when it preferentially binds directly to its intended target protein in the area of disease.
Odom's research team has found a way to integrate liquid gain materials with gold nanoparticle arrays to achieve nanoscale plasmon lasing that can be tuned dynamical, reversibly
and in real time.
donning a reversibly
foreshortened absorbent article in a pre-application state, the absorbent article comprising front region and a back region separated by a crotch, and comprising side panels, wherein in the pre-application state the absorbent article comprises a furled continuous belt formed by the side panels and the front and back regions of the absorbent article, wherein the furled continuous belt comprises multiple rolls, wherein the side panels have a pre-application side panel length, Li, and a post-application side panel length, Lf, wherein Li, is less than Lf; and b.
US Patent No.: 8,672,913 B2 US Patent No.: 8,672,914 B2: Absorbent article having a telescoping waist: Gregory Ashton, Cincinnati, OH, US; Eiro Fukuda, Mason, OH, US; Eric Patton Weinberger, Fairfield, OH, US; and Daniel Clark Buchner, Boston, MA, US. Assigned to The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, US
The team found that cell membranes were either reversibly
or irreversibly disturbed following an NIR pulse, depending on the energy of the laser.
It then automatically and reversibly
adjusts its function to accommodate the wound's needs, which may frequently and unpredictably change.
Conte of Fort Worth, TX has patented a method to create a reversibly
dyed hydrogel or silicon hydrogel substrate/soft contact lens.
The utilization of covalent inhibitors that reversibly
form an adduct with the protein cysteine is attractive as they may provide the pharmacodynamic and selectivity benefit with less propensity to form long-lived protein adducts.
The two different components have differential thermal elongations, causing fibers to bend or curl and reversibly
recover in response to changes in temperature, thereby adjusting insulation performance of the fabric in response to temperature changes.
7-mg deslorelin acetate implants reversibly
decreased egg laying for approximately 70 days in most of the Japanese quail evaluated.
To realize this outcome, we used soft, rubbery optics bonded to detectors/electronics in mesh layouts that can be stretched and deformed, reversibly
and without damage," Xiao explained.