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After two-step enzymatic digestion, the cell suspension contained cells with different size and morphology.
In addition keratinocytes are also obtained and cultured by enzymatic digestion of hair (Limat and Noser, 1986).
Enzymatic digestion of acid pretreated foliage resulted in release of 41 to 43 percent of the available substrate, with no evidence that longer heating produced increased release.
PGC's in cell suspension were isolated after two enzymatic digestion steps and colored with Tripan Blue dye, presenting good morphologic characteristics under the microscope such as roundness, smooth edges, no vacuolization and maintenance of the membrane integrity.
PBI currently focuses its efforts in the development and sale of PCT-enhanced enzymatic digestion products designed specifically for the mass spectrometry marketplace, as well as sample preparation products for biomarker discovery, soil and plant biology, forensics, histology, and counter-bioterror applications.
Enzymatic digestion and ionization of protein particles
s Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer was given a boost recently when it received Food and Drug Administration approval for its claims that it "may assist in weight control when used in conjunction with a sensible diet and exercise program" and "may reduce the enzymatic digestion of dietary starches.
The kinetics of this enzymatic digestion has not been studied in detail and the slow rate of nitrification is poorly understood.
Enzymatic digestion of chordae elastin did not significantly affect the elastic response under strain (Lim & Boughner, 1975; 1976).
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Once ortho-phosphate is removed from water, it's harder for algae to obtain because it is not readily available until the phosphate compounds break down as a result of oxidation, hydrolysis or enzymatic digestion.