To transition in the future to chemically
recycling plastics back into monomers and then polymers, we must answer some questions and overcome some hurdles.
Synthetic sgRNA is chemically
synthesized to the highest levels of purity, eliminating the risk of introducing toxins that may be present in IVT-based guide RNAs.
We have created a new drug that is easily absorbed by the body, chemically
stable and highly potent.
There is a striking resemblance between the symptoms and responses to substances reported by chemically
intolerant patients and individuals addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Next, they chemically
attached cell-binding molecules to the T59 layer.
Located in Seal Cove, Maine, at the southwest corner of Acadia National Park, West of Eden ($80 to $100 per night) is another paradise for the chemically
Our near-term product strategy centers on therapies derived from chemically
modified HA, and commencement of this INCERT-S trial is an important step forward.
Laser Sintering--The laser sintering process utilizes chemically
bonded sand to build up mold segments and cores.
Direct attachment of organic molecules to the silicon surface is of increasing importance for emerging molecular electronics applications as devices incorporating molecules chemically
bonded to silicon are amenable to integration with existing Si processing techniques.
We applied a new method of fiber floc evaluation in the case of headbox-consistency fiber slurries to help understand what happens to chemically
induced fiber flocs when exposed to increased time and shear.
The present study explored distinctions between chemically
dependent suicide attempters, chemically
dependent nonsuicidal adolescents, and high school students with no history of chemical dependency or suicidal behavior.
America is the homeworld of genetically modified and chemically
and hormonally soaked food products.
Ten-year-old Aaron Scott's most recent diagnosis: chemically
induced immune system dysfunction.
It is highly conformable, has a 392 F continuous-use limit, and is chemically
immune to most reaction byproducts given off when curing high-performance composites.
Managing the Chemically
Dependent Nurse: A Guide to Identification, Intervention, and Retention, a new American Hospital Association book by Anne Catanzarite, provides nurse managers with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify and intervene with a chemically
dependent staff member.