immobilize


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immobilize

adjective fixed, have no freedom, have no mobility, immovable, impassive, inactive, inexpressive, inflexible, like a statue, motionless, paralyzed, rigid, rooted, stationary, staunch, steadfast, still, transfixed, unmoving
See also: bind, fetter, lock, restrain
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In more recent experiments, the sciensts used a ceramic of a slightly different composition and with a rougher surface to immobilize other cells, which do not naturally adhere to surfaces.
Duan and coworkers [9] chose glycidyl methacrylate (GMA) as the functional monomer of porous terpolymer to immobilize Candida lipolytica lipase, and the results showed that the pore structure of terpolymers was beneficial for immobilization of enzyme.
This consequently leads to eliminate the negative effect of first adsorption step with un-activated protonated amino groups and consequently leads to immobilize the enzyme in best conformational structure and gains better activity [39].
The ability of Geobacter to immobilize uranium has been well documented.
After an intensive effort to develop a repair that would allow safe use of the drop-side, CPSC staff and Simplicity have determined that the safest repair option is to immobilize the drop side.
Scientists at Purdue University wanted to determine if ultraviolet (UV) polymerization could be used as a quick, feasible and inexpensive way to immobilize an enzyme--glucose oxidase--on food contact surfaces.
Researchers used two oligomers separately and a UV lamp to immobilize glucose oxidase onto corona-treated low-density polyethylene (LDPE).