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When the second cavity is placed in thermal contact with the first cavity, by removing part of the outer adiabatic walls, the energy will flow reversibly out of its phonons.
PDMS is reported to be deformed reversibly and repeatedly without residual distortion, and it is also chemically stable, biocompatible, thermally stable, inexpensive, nontoxic and commercially available [5, 19].
The device current can reversibly switch between a HRS and a LRS by DC voltages in various polarities.
The antiviral drug ribavirin reversibly affects the reproductive parameters in male wistar rat.
Although the pH profile change in immobilized enzymes was very common (Thippeswamy and Mulimani, 2002; Bora et al., 2005; Sanjay and Sugunan, 2005), immobilization of enzymes on the reversibly soluble-insoluble polymers such as Eudragit L-100 and Eudragit S-100 had frequently marginal effect on the optimal pH activities (Ai et al., 2005).
Keywords Plasma spray, Dual scale morphology, Superhydrophohicity, Reversibly switchable wettability
1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 reversibly blocks the progression of relapsing encephalomyelitis, a model of multiple sclerosis.
CONCLUSIONS: OLE suppresses the L-type calcium channel directly and reversibly. Our findings might help to understand the traditional use of OLE in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
We show by the first time that EOAs decreased reversibly the cardiac contraction force and frequency.
Exposure to this degree of pressure can reversibly decrease cardiac silhouette by one-third and significantly decrease pulmonary vasculature signs on chest radiographs.
According to the company, ticagrelor is the first reversibly binding oral adenosine diphosphate receptor antagonist.
At 0.1 mM, nicotine reversibly increased mean heart rate by roughly 20% (Figure 2B, open circles between arrows).