zyme


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zyme

(zaɪm)
n
1. (Biochemistry) biochem another name for ferment1
2. (Medicine) med obsolete something causing an infectious or zymotic disease
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Zymeworks (ZYME) announced that its global biopharma partner Celgene (CELG) has selected a therapeutic candidate in oncology for further development and exercised its option to a commercial license under the companies' 2014 Azymetric collaboration and licensing agreement.
A leaven (Hebrew hametz, Greek zyme) is a substance added to dough or liquids to produce fermentation.
We have, therefore, taken a bold step to provide farmers in the Niger Delta region with Agric Zyme Organic Liquid Fertilizers.
With Birch Worldwide and Entomo's solutions closely aligned to those from Zyme, companies will gain the ability to leverage decision-grade data to further optimize on capital deployed in the channel, deliver increasingly predictable ROI, and focus on channel performance optimization.
Salesforce.com offers partner management capabilities, and impartner, NetSuite, IBM, Zyme, PartnerPath, Relayware, Allbound, and other firms have partner management software that, according to Pace, helps companies manage partnerships much like CRM software helps them manage customers, providing visibility throughout the sales ecosystem.
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The STTD P value of the en zyme was higher in complex diets that contained SFM and CM than in the simpler corn-SBM diet.
19 -- Zyme, the dominant market leader in the fast-growing discipline of Channel Data Management (CDM), with global headquarters in Redwood Shores, California, has captured the coveted gold medal award from the India Testing League, edging out competition from some of the world's most knowledgeable testers.
KLK6 was initially identified by three different groups, naming it zyme in Alzheimer's disease [29], protease M in breast cancer [30], and neurosin in colon adenocarcinoma [31].
The apoptosis assay kit was acquired from Boehringer Mannheim, and caspase-3 activity assays were conducted using the Quanti Zyme assay system from Biomol Research Laboratories, Inc.
The optimum combination of factor levels was [A.sub.3][B.sub.3][C.sub.4[D.sub.[E.sub.1]: en 33451 zyme concentration was 20 adults/mL, substrate concentration was 7.0 x [10.sup.-4] mol/L, pH was 7.5, temperature was 45[degrees]C, reaction time was 5 min.