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bi·o·ac·tive

 (bī′ō-ăk′tĭv)
adj.
Of or relating to a substance that has an effect on living tissue.

bioactive

(ˌbaɪəʊˈæktɪv)
adj
(Biology) (of a substance) having or producing an effect on living tissue
ˌbioacˈtivity n
Translations

bioactive

[ˈbaɪəʊˈæktɪv] ADJbioactivo

bioactive

adj bioactivo
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The quantification of biological activity through biospeckle laser has been correlated with parameters linked to the maturation of fruits and vegetables, such as soluble solids, acidity and firmness (Zdunek et al.
equipment laboratories departments of biology and biotechnology, mathematics, physics and computer science and the department of chemistry for testing of biological activity and environmental samples.
Among the topics are lectins with varying specificity and biological activity from marine bivalves, biological activities of proteins and marine-derived peptides from byproducts and seaweeds, producing lactobacilli proteinases for manufacturing bioactive peptides, antimicrobial activities of marine protein and peptides, the impact of fish-elastin hydrolysate on the skin and blood vessels, applying marine-derived peptides and proteins in the food industry, and the biological activity and application of marine-derived collagen.
The biological activity of proteins is known to be sensitive to oxidative damage caused by oxidants.
Topics include variation of inhibited oxidation parameters in the range of phase transition; kinetics of sulfur vulcanization of 1,4-cis- polyisoprene by differential scanning calorimetry; influence of electric and mechanical forces on the oxidation kinetics and electrocoductive polyisoprene composition properties; physicochemical properties of a regulatory peptide from the bovine eye lens and effects on cataract development; and regulatory proteins from the mammalian liver that display biological activity at ultra low doses.
Maniv Energy Capital (Hasbrouck, NJ) has patented a method of modulating an Edg-3 receptor mediated biological activity in a cell.
Lipoxen's PolyXen(r) protein drug delivery technology links therapeutic proteins, or peptides, to the naturally occurring polymer polysialic acid to prolong protein stability and biological half-life, and to improve solubility and immunological characteristics while maintaining biological activity and minimizing toxicity.
While some of the data suggested biological activity in the Red Planet's soil, the chemical analyses didn't turn up organic compounds, expected to be present if there were life there.
An approach to evaluation of the effect of bioremediation on biological activity of environmental contaminants: dechlorination of polychlorinated biphenyls.
Agitators that are not working or are not submerged, tanks that are not filled, open hatches, not boiling out, biological activity, evaporation, and contamination can all lead to deposits, chemical inefficiencies, increased breaks, off product quality, higher energy consumption, lower speeds, harder drying, and many more machine problems.
The ultimate goal is to develop an integrated metrology that will provide the user with the capability of correlating biological activity, chemical functionality, mechanical properties, and physical structure over a wide range of dimensions in complex systems, such as these scaffolds, for engineered tissue.
The National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) has defined organics by describing it positively as "an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles, and soil biological activity.