functionalised love

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of functionalized.

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Examples

  • One project concerns the preclinical control of stem cells using functionalised self-assembling hydrogels

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  • The invention relates to functionalised diols of diamondoids in which one of the two hydroxy groups is masked by a protective group, and to methods for producing said functionalised diols.

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  • Your tasks will be related to the integration of bioreceptors (enzymatic, volatile binding proteins) to printed electrode structures, characterisation of the bio-functionalised layers and measurement of their performance as sensors.

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  • By tailoring the surface chemistry of gold-silica nanoparticles with a pH sensitive molecule and a targeting molecule, we can deliver functionalised nanoshells that will selectively bind with human cancer cells.

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  • This EPSRC funded position is available for a period of one year from 1 April 2010 as part of a feasibility account to investigate the potential of functionalised nanoparticles as in vivo biosensors.

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  • Moreover, GMR sensors are used in many other technology areas, for example, as steering angle sensors in motor vehicles, as sensors in bio-arrays to detect functionalised biomolecules, or in many other areas of engineering.

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  • - electron pairs and methods for producing said functionalised diols.

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  • Our third visit to this tightly functionalised little molecule (one - Trost, two - Tanaka,

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