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  • n. The act of solubilizing something, of rendering it soluble


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  • Because plant productivity was limited principally by a low rate of N supply, it appears that the mineralization of litter or soil organic matter, or microbial solubilization of organic N, increased, and that the plants rather than the microbes sequestered the "extra" N in inorganic or organic form.

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  • The higher retention of micronutrients in parboiled rice has bees assigned to their solubilization and migration to the center of the grain and their setting during the starch gelatinization process.

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  • The degree of solubilization of cell wall material increases with higher concentrations of the alkali (table 3).

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  • Supernatant fractions were removed and TCA precipitated as described above, and pellet fractions were resuspended in solubilization buffer.

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  • Supernatant fractions were precipitated with trichloroacetic acid, washed with acetone, and resuspended in ribosome solubilization buffer.

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  • Greater solubilization means that Chitosan binds to ingested dietary fat almost immediately, greatly reducing the amount absorbed during digestion.

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  • Bacteria were grown in tissue culture plates and biofilm formation was detected by crystal violet (CV) staining, followed by dye solubilization with acetic acid.

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  • Also, electron micrographs of erythematous skin confirmed the presence of group A streptococcal cells and showed a limited solubilization of the surface-attached M protein.

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  • Research to date indicates that the SuperFluids ™ CFI (critical fluid inactivation) inactivates enveloped viruses such as MuLV, VSV, TGE, BDVD, Sindbis and HIV in protein-rich liquid media by a lipid solubilization mechanism, similar to that of the solvent detergent method.



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