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In collaboration with the Canadian National Synchrotron (CLSI) research facility at the University of Saskatchewan, Biotron Laboratories has demonstrated conclusive evidence of mineral bonding in a heterogeneous mixture of individual amino acids and short chain peptides.
In a heterogeneous mixture, the small particles will be evacuated from the pump, but gravity pulls the larger particles back into the pump forming a layer of sediment over the suction valve.
GERB is a very, very heterogeneous mixture of unidentified political personalities who found it difficult to define themselves.
Prevailing rock type is heterogeneous mixture of brown clay, grey clayeite and grey sandy clayeite with the increased amount of brown clay.
In the aforementioned process, after the coupling step the heterogeneous mixture is separated using hydrophobic-interaction chromatography (HIC), further improving the quality of the tandem dye.
Tel Aviv, Israel, announced it has identified the optimal gestational "window" to procure and dissect embryonic tissue in pigs to differentiate between teratoma (tumor which is made up of a heterogeneous mixture of tissues, as of bone, cartilage and muscle) producing tissue as opposed to precursor tissue which leads to heart, liver and pancreas development without teratoma.
There, water becomes a heterogeneous mixture of liquid and vapor.
Acquired carbapenemases, on the other hand, are a heterogeneous mixture of enzymes that belong to Ambler class A, B, or D enzymes and may be plasmid or chromosomally encoded (1,2).
Part 1 can be considered as a rather heterogeneous mixture of articles summarized under the heading "Expanding the Focus of Risk Management": in the first paper Harper/Keller/Pfeil point out the question, whether certain measures of regulation of the financial system increase the risk of global financial markets.
A heterogeneous mixture of prose, poetry, drama, commentary and critical articles, this trilingual collection in English, French and Italian provides a forum for exchange between the producers of Italian-Canadiana and its critics.

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