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label

in Scottish criminal law, a term used to describe a piece of real evidence because a signed label is attached to it. It is the equivalent of the English and American exhibit.
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LABEL. A narrow slip of paper or parchment, affixed to a deed or writing hanging at or out of the same. This name is also given to an appending seal.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Tumor targeting with antibody-functionalized, radiolabeled carbon nanotubes.
Key words: ant-mediated dispersal; dispersal distances; genetic structure; mating system; outcrossing rate, radiolabeled seeds; seed dispersal; self-incompatibility; Trillium grandiflorum.
The expected radiolabeled products of a mild oxidation of [[sup.3]H]sucrose would be the sucrose and [sup.3][H.sub.2]O, because sucrose, a nonreducing sugar, is much less susceptible to oxidation compared with its hydrolysis products, glucose and fructose (Jeanes and Isbell, 1941).
Corrected DPM soma = [(DPM soma - DPM paired control soma)/male radiolabel concentration] [multiplied by] 100.
Such high blood protein binding of the radiolabeled drug might help to retain the radiopharmaceutical in blood and cause less pharmacological change in the body [19].
However, more complex formulations may be required to ensure that the radiolabeled IMP is representative of the unlabeled version, e.g.
Shahid, "Antimicrobial peptides as infection imaging agents: better than radiolabeled antibiotics," International Journal of Peptides, vol.
First, increased vascular permeability associated with inflammation can be exploited by injecting radiolabeled molecules that will show high levels of uptake at sites of infection.
The data for partition coefficient of the radiolabeled drug are shown in the Table-3.
The densitometry was used to quantify the amounts of radiolabel incorporated into each band with respect to the total amount of radiolabel in protein in each sample [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Y-mAbs earlier stage efforts, particularly radiolabeled Lu177-omburtamab, "could provide significant upside as it progresses through the clinic to treat B7-H3 positive CNS/LM (central nervous system / leptomeningeal metastasis) tumors in adults," Nierengarten wrote.
Under the agreement ITM receives an option for a worldwide exclusive license for clinical development and commercialisation of radiolabeled folate derivatives, while Merck KGaA will supply folate precursors for radiolabeling.