AFM (atomic force microscopy) images of styrene-acrylic and pure acrylic latexes containing 4 wt% of different coalescents
show that low-VOC coalescents
generated films that were more coalesced and smoother than standard highVOC coalescent
galls: polythalamous or multilocular galls.
mirabilis such as increase the concentration of agar (2.5-3.0% w/v) or coalescent
growth inhibitors like boric acid (1 in 100), sodium azide (1 in 5000), chloral hydrate (1 in 500) and sulphonamide.
Histologic evaluation of hematoxylin and eosin-stained sections of liver showed coalescent
granulomas throughout the liver parenchyma, with central necrosis surrounded by activated macrophages and giant cells (Figure).
This analysis used a relaxed uncorrelated lognormal molecular clock, a General Time Reversible + r model of nucleotide substitution for each codon position, and a Bayesian skyline coalescent
model (five coalescent-interval groups).
Using a method called coalescent
modeling, the UTS researchers also figured out that the hybrid was likely first born when its parents from different species mated about 180,000 years ago.
He said, 'We have lost much time but a good culture is being developed in our country, and the system can never run without coalescent
Although tuberculosis is also characterised by chronic granulomatous inflammation, in tuberculosis the granulomas tend to be coalescent
To balance the requirement of limiting VOC content, concessions in the amount of volatile coalescent
are often used.
Phylogenetic analysis by maximum likelihood (ML) methods and coalescent
analysis (Figures 1 and 2) were applied to identify the possible origin of this rabies outbreak by using glycoprotein sequences of 10 viral strains and nucleoprotein sequences of 8 viral strains isolated from FBs in Taiwan (http://www.nvri.gov.tw/Module/NewsContent/400/ 392.aspx?nid=%2bp7kpxBWWe0%3d&type=zO4l76wykT8% 3d; 2013/11/15; GenBank Accession number: KF501174.1KF501185.1).
In that location, large, focal, coalescent
calcifications were present at the cortical-white matter border, associated with heterotopias below them, and glioneuronal outbursts into the subarachnoid space above them, which can be termed heterotopias, as well (Figure 4, A through D).