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2 PART 2 Resorbent haemostat - Oxidized regenerated cellulose dimension10cm x 20cm (possible deviation in the dimension +/- 10%)
Thermo Fisher Scientific's Thermo Scientific Dionex ERS 500 Electrolytically Regenerated Suppressor is a significant leap in electrolytic suppressor product design.
Therefore, many organic and inorganic solvent systems such as N-methyl morpholine N-oxide (NMMO) [3] lithium chloride/1,3dimethyl-2-imidazolidinone (LiCl/DMI) [28] lithium chloride/N,N dimethylacetamide (LiCl/DMAc) [29] and phosphoric acid [17] have been investigated for regenerated cellulose fiber production.
This was the first regenerated trachea transplant surgery using a scaffold manufactured by HART and the implant used in the procedure was grown in one of HART's "InBreath" bioreactors.
Patent 7,851,514 (December 14, 2010), "Process for Producing Regenerated Resin, Regenerated Resin, Processing Recovered Matter From Resin Composition, Regenerated Resin Composition and Method of Regenerating Resin Composition," Junya Goto, Masaki Ishikawa, and Kazunori Shimoyachi (Sumitomo Bakelite Company, Ltd.
Armenian origin bride said I regenerated after choosing Islam religion.
The environmentally friendly Regenerated Cotton Wipe from Rockline Industries was named the recipient of the prestigious 2010 Visionary Award presented recently at the VISION 2010 Consumer Products Conference in New Orleans.
Scientists conducting the new research at the University of California, San Diego, (UC San Diego) regenerated sensory axons in rats with spinal injuries.
A set of purification columns recombines and purifies the regenerated eluent before reuse.
Many leading varieties of rice in Japan, such as Koshihikari, can rarely be regenerated, resulting in a serious problem of efficient rice improvement.
Donaldson presents the different models of the externally heat regenerated adsorption dryers with their essential features in a new brochure.
Rentech said the patent explains how an iron-based catalyst that is being used in an FT reactor to produce hydrocarbons can be reprocessed and rejuvenated or regenerated to again produce the FT reaction after it has become non-reactive due to carbon buildup on the surface of the catalyst.