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Since East Asians showed two distinct admixing episodes, that may also mean modern humans migrated northward from Oceania.
The new facility will double the number of clean rooms available to support customised requirements for hazardous and non-hazardous IV admixing, and the firm aims to expand its workforce by around 25 positions over the next few years.
Ameridose performs sterile admixing and repackaging as well as oral syringe admixing and repackaging services.
The present invention also provides a method for evaluating the ability of an agent to inhibit tumor invasion in a local cellular environment which comprises: (a) admixing with cell culture media an effective amount of the agent; (b) contacting a tumor cell in cell culture with the media from step (a); (c) determining the amount of spreading of the tumor cell culture, and (d) comparing the amount of spreading of the tumor cell culture determined in step (c) with the amount determined in the absence of the agent, thus evaluating the ability of the agent to inhibit tumor invasion in the local cellular environment.
Ideal for admixing water/wastewater treatment chemicals, polymer dilution, and other low-viscosity applications.
They are ideal for admixing water/wastewater treatment chemicals, polymer dilution, and other low-viscosity applications.
invests $10 million to construct a new admixing facility in Mississauga,Ontario, Canada for its Centralized Intravenous Admixing Pharmacy Service.
Agrana Staerke GmbH has been granted a patent for a method for producing a dispersion-binder-based paint system, which is comprised of the step of: admixing a combination of at least one starch derivative with at least one high-viscosity cellulose to the paint system as a thickener, the cellulose having a viscosity of >50,000 m Pa*s measured by a Brookfield rotation viscometer as a 2 percent swollen aqueous solution at 5 rpm and 25[degrees] C, wherein the starch derivative is cross-linked and the starch derivative is cold-water-soluble; wherein the system does not comprise polymers and copolymers based on acrylic and methacrylic acids as rheology-imparting agents.