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Now, as I have already mentioned to your ladyship, Miss Summerson's image is imprinted on my 'eart.
The imprint method allows cytological techniques to be used for the examination of individual cells yet preserves to some extent the histological pattern of the imprinted tissue.
Summary: Wet phase inversion method was used to prepare L-Phenylalanine (L-Phe) and D-Phenylalanine (D-Phe) imprinted poly [(acrylonitrile)-co-(acrylic acid)] membranes for chiral separation.
The tissue surface to be imprinted should be flat and there should be no portion of fat protruding from the edges as these tend to smudge the imprints.
Earlier mouse studies by Li and his collaborators had indicated that the expression of several imprinted genes changes as hematopoietic stem cells embark on their journey from quiescent reserve cells to multi-lineage progenitor cells, which form the many highly specialized cell types that circulate within the blood stream.
Tousi University of Technology succeeded in the extraction of ascorbic acid through molecularly imprinted polymer method in aqueous media.
Molecularly imprinted sensors; overview and applications.
Imprinted genes do not follow the law of Mendenlian genetics in which inheritance of traits is described as either recessive or dominant (e.
The cavities are highly specific towards the molecule that imprints the polymer, making molecularly imprinted materials suitable for use in isomer separations, catalysis, biosensor assays or in controlled drug delivery (Rechichi et al.
During the last years, molecularly imprinted polymers (MIP), which often utilize in solid-phase extraction, sensor, and chromatography for their potential absorptive selectivity to target molecule and the related compounds [2, 3], have also been used as synthetic materials to rebind the target analyte since 1972 when Paling's production of antibodies in vitro and Fischer's lock and key principle was described by Wuff et al.
It isn't known whether paternal age disrupts this system of imprinting, but some imprinted genes play a role in brain development, says behavioral geneticist Lawrence Wilkinson of Cardiff University in Wales.