nonconjugated

nonconjugated

(ˌnɒnˈkɒndʒʊˌɡeɪtɪd)
adj
(Biology) biology not conjugated
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Effect of nonconjugated polymers on the conjugation length and structure of poly(3-octylthiophene) in ternary polymer blend.
b) Monocytes were stained with 1 [micro]g/mL avidin conjugated (CD89-A (grey)) or nonconjugated (CD89 (white with black outline)) Ab.
Of interest is also the observation that conjugated quercetin can enter the cell (erythrocyte), where it is converted to its nonconjugated form [19].
8] have produced LCBPP by using the nonconjugated diene comonomers.
EPDM is obtained by polymerizing ethylene and propylene with a small amount of a nonconjugated diene (3-9 %) [1,7,8,20] and is highly saturated [20].
4), (9) For a nonconjugated oil, a radical is said to abstract a bisallylic hydrogen forming a free radical which can initiate polymerization and a polymer chain can grow from this site leading to a graft copolymer.
Chen, "Electromagnetic tunneling in nonconjugated epsilon-negative and mu-negative metamaterial pair," PIERS Online, Vol.
Moreover, they The result inferred that while ICA possessing the same features, only the nonconjugated forms (ICT and DICT) exert estrogen-like activities which demonstrated the 7-position hydroxyl on the A ring may be responsible for the estrogen-like activity.
Calculated HSAB and experimental parameters for conjugated type-2 alkenes and nonconjugated analogs.
In one example, the phthalimide chromophor is attached to a nonconjugated pyridinium moiety which carries the positive charge.
Analyte-specific tuning of ionization conditions favoring the ionization of nonconjugated analytes over the ionization of conjugate metabolites may reduce the impact of insource transformation for an individual instrument.
Safflower and linseed oils are the two oils with the highest level of nonconjugated C18:2 and C18:3 fatty acids.