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copper-containing

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  • As energy prices rise, consumers are forced to divert more funds to fuel costs, leaving less cash to spend on copper-containing items like iPods, air-conditioners, and copper pipe and electrical wire for home renovations.

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  • With that lead, Moeller's team established that the Pfiesteria cell can produce a copper-containing exotoxin -- a toxin produced external to the cell itself -- possibly as a mechanism to protect itself from copper in the environment.

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  • As an alternative to copper sulphate, some dyestuff manufacturers* offer special copper-containing agents for after-treating suitable direct dyes and will supply instructions for their use.

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  • Liu cited "strong output of copper-containing finished goods like air conditioners and electric power cables, and sustained strength in Chinese construction activity."

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  • Using NMR to study copper-containing proteins is a technique previously ignored because copper's inherent NMR properties give rise to broad NMR lines that are difficult to detect.

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  • Using NMR to study copper-containing proteins is a technique previously ignored because copper's inherent NMR properties give rise to broad NMR lines that are difficult to detect.

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  • A number of additional subjects have completed screening and the mandatory wash-out period, which requires abstention from copper-containing supplements for 30 days prior to dosing.

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  • (PhysOrg. com) -- Metalloproteins, such as the copper-containing azurin, play a major role in catalyzing electron transfer in cellular reactions.

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  • This is because squid blood contains a copper-containing compound called haemocyanin.

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  • (PhysOrg. com) -- Metalloproteins, such as the copper-containing azurin, play a major role in catalyzing electron transfer in cellular reactions.

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