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  • noun Plural form of dalton.


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  • I think that much more extensive surveys than those carried out so far are warranted, but they should have a sensitivity sufficient to detect fragments of viral DNA of about one million daltons, which is within the reach of modern technology, even with the most difficult viruses.

    Renato Dulbecco - Nobel Lecture

  • By extension, one mole of anything from carbon atoms to motorbikes with a mass of x daltons per item will have a combined mass of x grams.

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  • Avogadro's number is the product of a ratio used to convert between mass in daltons and mass in grams.

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  • You can thank the liberal media for continuing to push this one part of his platform, instead of focusing on the real issues. or daltons tax hikes

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  • SV40 genome can specify proteins of a molecular weight of about 100,000 daltons altogether, the T antigen is likely to be its sole product and, therefore, to be the transforming protein.

    Renato Dulbecco - Nobel Lecture

  • Processing of SV40 T antigen seems to occur in lytically infected cells which contain a smaller T antigen of about 84,000 daltons; this smaller size contrasts with the regular size (94,000 daltons) of the antigen specified in vitro by mRNA extracted from the same cells (26).

    Renato Dulbecco - Nobel Lecture

  • In non-permissive transformed cells the antigen is a protein of molecular weight of about 94,000 daltons

    Renato Dulbecco - Nobel Lecture

  • The molecular masses of quercetin and metabolites are between 300 and 500 daltons (Da), so a mass/charge (m/z) scan range of

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  • Its molecular weight is 414.54 daltons and its empirical formula is C22H38O7. TravelStream? ? Recent Entries at

  • Unlike some of the other posters above, I do genuinely enjoy Bond (or at least the good ones), but the character is far less compelling than Bourne - and has managed to hang around for 22 odd movies with a good number of real stinkers (The last connery or two, the lazenby, all the daltons, the last three brosnans - that's 8 crapfests right there - and an argument could be made that another three connerys, three moores, and the last craig were average to above average at best - so 15 out of 22 movies were hardly spectacular.)

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