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gel

(dʒɛl)
in. to relax and let one’s hair down. I’ve got to go home and gel for a while. Things are too stressful just now.
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FORTESTA Gel and Testosterone Gel are prescription medications that contain testosterone.
Rodriguez found a new niche in the mid-1990s in hair products aimed at Latinos, namely styling gel and shampoo enriched by sheep placenta (a common ingredient in Latino shampoos).
In this viscous state, the gel can be applied to a localized spot on a painting's surface where the cleaning solvent can do its work.
Pinpoint gels, referred to as "applesauce," look like dust particles entrapped in resin.
2D gel electrophoresis is the method of choice for separating complex mixtures of proteins, the first step in the typical proteomics research workflow.
Like most sports bars, all gels include long-chain carbohydrate or glucose polymers (maltodextrin) and simple sugars (fructose or dextrose).
A gel such as the one made by the Japanese group could do just that, he says, if animal tests support the laboratory findings.
The Hoefer ULTima imaging platform, incorporating the latest advances in electronics and optics, provides a fast, easy-to-use and affordable gel documentation system with superior dynamic range for proteomic and genomic applications.
If you have gels in an extruded product, it's important to know whether they originated in the incoming raw material or were created during extrusion.
One of the latest prospects is nanoporous silica, a whisper-light gel that's an exceptionally good electrical insulator.
Organized and written to be of maximum value to pharmaceutical professionals, drug delivery market participants, and healthcare investors, the report contains all of the information necessary to understand the growing potential of transdermal gels on systemic drug development and delivery.
Researchers also found that PPA may help clean the extruder by removing previously formed gels from the metal surface.
Pope believes silica gels can encapsulate capsulate many types of microorganisms, including genetically altered Escherichia coli and Streptomyces bacteria.
This unique new product provides highly sensitive tools for the pre-analysis alignment of 2D electrophoresis gel images, correcting the various gel inconsistencies that inevitably occur when running and imaging 2D gels.
FzioMed is developing a family of Oxiplex gels for use in a variety of surgical applications including the prevention of post-surgical adhesions in spine, gynecologic and general surgeries.