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Increasing surface reflectivity seemed to induce lower inactivation levels, possibly because the materials' cells were not exposed to much light.
Therefore, a new team must be built before inactivation begins.
The PME and LAB inactivation rate constants were expressed as functions of the temperature and pressure process conditions.
Data for voltage-dependence of activation and steady-state inactivation are fitted by the Boltzmann equation: [G/G.
In addition, salt and smoke compounds also contribute to the inactivation effect.
Each inactivation cycle was performed under 75% Rh and held for 30 minutes prior to the introduction of CD gas.
Inactivation experiments were conducted as previously described (12).
To further evaluate the specificity of the observed metal-dependent inactivation (Figure 2), addressing in particular whether the heavy metals simply electroplate DNA (i.
After either heat inactivation procedure, measured concentrations ranged between 90% and 110% of pretreatment concentrations for electrolytes, creatinine, urea, uric acid, bilirubin, glucose, lactate, total protein, albumin, C-reactive protein, troponin T, the N-terminal fragment of pro-B-type natriuretic peptide, and the [beta]-chain of human chorionic gonadotropin (Table 1).
3) Wearing fatigues to acknowledge the nation's wartime status, members of a disbanded Air Force squadron march off the field at the end of the inactivation ceremony Thursday.
Our INACTINE(TM) Pathogen Inactivation Technology appears to offer a real breakthrough towards this goal.
The Intercept Platelet System is paving the way in our comprehensive approach to the inactivation of pathogens in all three transfusion blood components.