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Adj.1.denaturized - changed in nature or natural quality; "denatured alcohol"
changed - made or become different in nature or form; "changed attitudes"; "changed styles of dress"; "a greatly changed country after the war"
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The RNA samples were denaturized at 42[degrees]C for 5 min in a real-time quantitative reverse transcription polyeramse chain reaction (qRT-PCR) device.
Since individual values of the duodenal pH at the 2nd h ranged from 6.7 to 7.4, it can be concluded that trypsin molecules are safe from being irreversibly denaturized in the duodenum and tryptic activity remained in the interval 30-70% of the maximal activity according to Kristjansson (1991).
Although, the desired collagen with excellent solubility could be prepared according to their molecular weights [34], in this research due to preserving the considerable fraction of [alpha]-chain that has the potential to be denaturized by acid treatment, AA was applied and pH value was kept in the region close to the isoelectric point.
After that probe and target DNA were denaturized by placing in pre-warmed oven at 75[degrees]C for 8-10 minutes, slides were transferred to a pre-warmed humid hybridization chamber and incubated at 37[degrees]C for overnight.
After discarding the supernatant, samples were denaturized, and DNA was ethanol precipitated and reconstituted in the provided buffer.
RF is an autoantibody that recognizes denaturized IgG, which is found in the serum of RA patients.
At below above pH 7.4 glutaminase can also be denaturized and hence reduce enzymes activity [18].