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  • adj. Partially purified


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  • However, semipurified homogenates of larvae infected with the virus lost their infectivity through time, particularly at temperatures above 32°C.

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  • L-arginine was delivered via drinking water, while mixed isomers of CLA were included into a casein-based semipurified diet.

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  • That extract was the world’s first semipurified enzyme.

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