immobilize


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immobilize

adjective fixed, have no freedom, have no mobility, immovable, impassive, inactive, inexpressive, inflexible, like a statue, motionless, paralyzed, rigid, rooted, stationary, staunch, steadfast, still, transfixed, unmoving
See also: bind, fetter, lock, restrain
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Some spe cial features of glyoxyl supports to immobilize proteins.
These arrangements involve two types of specialized financial intermediaries, collectively termed clearing organizations: (1) clearinghouses, which perform multilateral netting of purchase and sales contracts and in many cases provide trade comparison services, and (2) depositories, which immobilize or dematerialize securities and in many cases integrate a book-entry securities transfer system with a money transfer system.
This team, under the leadership of Isao Karube, has been able to anisotropically etch a flow cell on a silicon wafer, immobilize the enzyme glucose oxidase on the inner wall of the cell, then cover it with a microelectrode, fabricated on a glass board by means of photolithography.
This consequently leads to eliminate the negative effect of first adsorption step with un-activated protonated amino groups and consequently leads to immobilize the enzyme in best conformational structure and gains better activity [39].
To immobilize cells of microorganisms, we used granules with buckwheat husk (BWH) and barley husk (BH) as carrying sorbing agents.
These are used to immobilize whole cells or enzymes in large columns, creating biological factories.