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TO DEGRADE, DEGRADING. To, sink or lower a person in the estimation of the public.
     2. As a man's character is of great importance to him, and it is his interest to retain the good opinion of all mankind, when he is a witness, he cannot be compelled to disclose any matter which would tend to disgrace or degrade him, 13 How. St. Tr. 17, 334, 16 How. St. Tr. 161. A question having that tendency, however, may be asked, and, in such case, when the witness chooses to answer it, the answer is conclusive. 1 Phil. Ev. 269; R. & M. 383.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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'ARV-471 is a potent ER degrader that has demonstrated significant anti-tumor activity in preclinical models, and we are hopeful it will address an important need for patients with advanced ER positive breast cancer not adequately treated with current standards of care,' said Ronald Peck, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Arvinas.
MSX73 was predicted to the most potential degrader (Supplementary Table S3) to harbour six different catalytic domains.
It is designed to provide the T/M/S team with a standardized process for identifying their readiness and cost degraders. The ILSMS tool facilitates data triage as it provides the analyst with advanced analytical capabilities, simulation models and improved access to aggregated data.
From hundreds of bacterial species identified in the 9 soil samples, the species selected for reporting here satisfied 2 criteria: that the identified species had previously been reported in literature to be associated with atrazine degradation (so-called 'specific' degraders), and that they were identified by digestion with at least 2 of the 3 enzymes used (MspI, RsaI, and HhaI).
(1998) found higher polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon degraders in a hydrocarbon-contaminated site when compared to an adjacent, non-contaminated site.
The target, based in San Diego, California, specialises in the development of selective estrogen receptor degraders (SERDs) for hormone receptor-driven cancers.
This work should help to identify plants and microbes that are efficient VOC degraders, paving the way for the design of more efficient living walls and healthier indoor environments.
The potential of bacterial isolates as hydrocarbon degraders was investigated.
The objectives of this study were to monitor temporal changes in atrazine mineralisation activity in 2 soils following atrazine exposure and to enumerate and isolate atrazine degraders from the soils.
Several attempts were made to induce growth of the conditional degraders and the non-degraders by culturing them in OSS broth in various combinations with the unconditional degraders (data not shown).
M2 PHARMA-April 11, 2019-Cullgen Receives USD 16m series A Investment to Advance Pipeline of Targeted Protein Degraders
Exploration of the potential of emerging therapeutics, known as degraders, will also be undertaken through the collaboration.