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sulfation

(sʌlˈfeɪʃən)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the US preferred spelling of sulphation
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Time of Eruption of the Permanent Teeth, Cephalometric and Tooth Measurement and Sulphation Factor Activity in 45 Patients with Turner's Syndrome with Different Types of X Chromosome Aberrations.
Smith et al., "The ovine newborn and human foetal intervertebral disc contain perlecan and aggrecan variably substituted with native 7D4 CS sulphation motif: spatiotemporal immunolocalisation and co-distribution with Notch-1 in the human foetal disc," Glycoconjugate Journal, vol.
Besides, a lower sulphation degree of CS chains, expressed as ratio between [DELTA]di-mono 4S and total disaccharides ([DELTA]di-mono 4S +[DELTA]di-non S), was observed in both classes of patients compared to controls (p = 0.046 and p = 0.021 for T1DM and T2DM, resp.), while no differences were found between T1DM and T2DM patients (p = 0.873).
Other systems have been developed for multipurpose treatment; Lembo et al.'s heparin nanoassemblies were based on the auto-association of O-palmitoyl-heparin and a-cyclodextrin in water; it was found that they possessed antiviral activity against herpes simplex viruses of types 1 and 2 (HSV-1 and HSV-2), human papilloma virus 16 (HVP-16), and the respiratory syncytial virus (SRV) and that this antiviral activity was affected by the sulphation degree of heparin [84].
(ii) Different manufacturing deficiencies and age-related phenomenon (for example, plate shedding, sulphation phenomenon) can result in rapid decrease of batteries capacity within the essential power system after a period of operation in the floating mode.
Effects of insulin-like growth factor-I and insulin on the in-vitro uptake of sulphate by eel branchial cartilage: evidence for the presence of independent hepatic and pancreatic sulphation factors.
Pacifici, "Sulphation of resveratrol, a natural product present in grapes and wine, in the human liver and duodenum," Xenobiotica, vol.
Sodek, "Sulphation of secreted phosphoprotein I (SPPI, osteopontin) is associated with mineralized tissue formation," Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, vol.
Nomura et al., "Subunit-specific sulphation of oligosaccharides relating to charge-heterogeneity in porcine lutrophin isoforms," Glycobiology, vol.
Van Wyk, "Somatomedin: proposed designation for sulphation factor," Nature, vol.