trimolecular

Related to trimolecular: Trimolecular reaction

tri·mo·lec·u·lar

 (trī′mə-lĕk′yə-lər)
adj.
Relating to or formed from three molecules.

trimolecular

(ˌtraɪməˈlɛkjʊlə)
adj
(Chemistry) chem of, concerned with, formed from, or involving three molecules
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sup][37] By forming a trimolecular complex with MMP-2 and TIMP-2, MT-1MMP plays a crucial role in the activation of pro-MMP.
MMP-2 remains in the pro or latent form until activated by a molecular cascade that involves a trimolecular complex composed of MMP-2, tissue inhibitors of metalloproteinases-(TIMP-) 2, and MT1-MMP.
This is attributed to the a trimolecular mechanism [47] in which, few of the hydroxyl groups in the molecular chain of the epoxy resin can become proton donor and participate in the reaction with the increasing curing temperature.
Detection of the trimolecular neutrophil antigen-patient HNA antibody-murine monoclonal antibody complex is detected by the addition of antihuman IgG conjugated to horseradish peroxidase followed by a substrate.
2]-AP), la cual inhibe la pli que se pueda liberar del complejo trimolecular (9).
An important level of control of eukaryotic gene expression occurs during initiation of cap-mediated messenger RNA translation by the eukaryotic initiation factor 4F (eIF-4F) trimolecular complex (composed of eIF-4E, eIF-4G, and eIF-4A), in which eIF-4E is rate limiting and oncogenic.
As just one example, their explanation of the law of mass action is complete with qualifiers as to why it is not truly a law, where it cannot be used, facts such as the scarcity of trimolecular reactions and the lack of knowledge on many elementary biochemical reaction steps.
Trimolecular complexes of a light chain dimers in serum of a patient with multiple myeloma.
The [lambda]-sFLC concentration quantified by nephelometry was 344 g/L and was overestimated more than 10-fold owing to the reaction of trimolecular aggregates of the monoclonal [lambda]-sFLCs with the antibody (4).
The carboxylic acid may play the role of the acid catalyst (Scheme 1) if no other stronger acid is added and the reaction rate becomes the sum of a bimolecular uncatalyzed and trimolecular autocatalyzed process.
Trimolecular complexes of lambda light chain dimers in serum of a patient with multiple myeloma.