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25 kGy was able to inactivate more than 2 log10 of Salmonella spp.
There is no doubt that HPP represents another promising dimension for food processing, not only because it inactivates microorganisms but also because it provides opportunities for the development of new value-added food products.
Lyon suggested, for example, that females wouldn't inactivate an X chromosome gene if it had a counterpart on the Y chromosome.
Pressures exceeding 1200 MPa may be required to inactivate them.
They found that compounds containing titanium, zirconium, molybdenum, or hafnium did not inactivate sperm, but 12 vanadium compounds did.
Abstract #451 describes the modified treatment process used to inactivate pathogens in red blood cells with the INTERCEPT Blood System, and presents data on bacterial and viral inactivation following treatment.
The drawback, however, is that aspirin also inactivates cyclooxygenase-1 (COX-1), a related enzyme that produces prostaglandins, substances necessary for normal tissue function.
Conventional boiling can also inactivate milk's [B.
This therapeutic approach is designed and targeted to inactivate or anergize only the specific T cells in the immune system responsible for a particular autoimmune disease, unlike other autoimmune therapies which suppress either all or a significant portion of the immune system.
The red blood cell system has been developed to target and inactivate blood-borne pathogens while leaving the therapeutic properties of red blood cells intact.
More than 30 years after researchers discovered this phenomenon, however, the mechanisms by which cells count their X chromosomes and inactivate unneeded ones remain elusive.