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  • noun Any of a family of copolymers of three chains of ethylene oxide and a single chain of propylene oxide that are used as nonionic surfactants

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  • Dr. Zimmerberg and his colleagues discovered that a sealing agent known as poloxamine prevented cells from rupturing and releasing the parasites.

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  • Made of multiple oxyethylene and oxypropylene segments, poloxamine is used in gene therapy as an alternative to artificial viruses for carrying DNA into cells.

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  • Poloxamine Made of multiple oxyethylene and oxypropylene segments, poloxamine is used in gene therapy as an alternative to artificial viruses for carrying DNA into cells.

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  • The researchers plan to study the effects of poloxamine and similar compounds on the bursting process in hopes of developing a new malaria treatment. infoZine ® is generously hosted with web services provided by

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