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MOLECULAR WEIGHT REGULATOR
HOMOPOLYMERS
STANDARD PROTEINS
POLYURETHANE RESINS
SEPARATE MOLECULES
LARGE MOLECULAR WEIGHT PROTEINS
ORGANIC SUBSTITUENT
POLYETHYLENEIMINE
WATER INSOLUBILITY
LARGE MOLECULAR WEIGHT
PARENT ALDEHYDE
LOWER MOLECULAR WEIGHT HYDROCARBONS
ATORVASTATIN CALCIUM
RELATIVELY LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT
ACTIVE ENZYME THROMBIN
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT COMPOUNDS
MEDICINE
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT COMPONENT
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT CARBONATES
THYMOPOIETIN
LOWER MOLECULAR WEIGHT ETHERS
HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT MOLECULE
HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT LINEAR POLYMERS
MOLECULAR MASS
WEIGHT-AVERAGE MOLECULAR WEIGHT
FRAGMENTATION PATTERN
MOLECULAR WEIGHT RANGING
APPARENT MOLECULAR WEIGHT
WESTERN BLOTTING
SDS-PAGE
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT ALCOHOLS
MOLECULAR WEIGHT STANDARDS
HIGHER MOLECULAR WEIGHT
MOLECULAR WEIGHT MARKER
MOLECULAR FORMULA
SIMILAR MOLECULAR WEIGHT
NUMBER AVERAGE MOLECULAR WEIGHT
WEIGHT AVERAGE MOLECULAR WEIGHT
COMPARISON
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPARINS
LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPARIN
STRUCTURE
SURFACE
AVERAGE
UNKNOWN
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Definitions

  1. Molecular weight is not the same as molecular mass. (Web site)
  2. Molecular weight (M.W.) was determined by conducting gel permeation chromatography (GPC) on the hemoglobin products under dissociating conditions. (Web site)
  3. Its molecular weight is 388.81, and its empirical formula is C 17 H 17 ClN 6 O 3. Eszopiclone has a single chiral center with an (S)-configuration. (Web site)
  4. Its molecular weight was estimated as 48,000 by molecular sieve electrophoresis and gel filtration on Sephadex G-150. (Web site)
  5. RNA: Molecular weight is measured in nucleotides, or nt, and commonly in kilonucleotides (1000nt), or knt. (Web site)

Molecular Weight Regulator

  1. A molecular weight regulator commonly used in this type of process is, for example, hydrogen. (Web site)

Homopolymers

  1. For example, homopolymers of pyridine can be made with great control of molecular weight. (Web site)

Standard Proteins

  1. The molecular weight of the subunit was determined by SDS-15% PAGE by using low-range molecular weight markers as standard proteins.

Polyurethane Resins

  1. These polyurethane resins preferably have a molecular weight of from 2,000 to 200,000. (Web site)
  2. These aligners and retainers are made with USP Class VI medical grade, high molecular weight, polyurethane resins.

Separate Molecules

  1. Consequently, polyacrylamide gels can be used to separate molecules that differ in size by as little as 2% of their molecular weight.

Large Molecular Weight Proteins

  1. This allows the measurement of the expression of both small and large molecular weight proteins simultaneously, regardless of their isoelectric points. (Web site)

Organic Substituent

  1. This organic substituent is relatively bulky and often has a molecular weight in excess of 300 daltons. (Web site)

Polyethyleneimine

  1. The molecular weight of the polyethyleneimine is between 10,000 and 100,000 Daltons, preferably between 20,000 and 50,000 Daltons. (Web site)

Water Insolubility

  1. The hydrophobic portion of the molecule which, of course, exhibits water insolubility has a molecular weight of from about 1,500 to about 1,800. (Web site)

Large Molecular Weight

  1. The above results confirm that the 3-octyl-tridecanoic acid of the invention excels in low temperature fluidity even though it has a large molecular weight. (Web site)

Parent Aldehyde

  1. Preferably, acetals herein, will be derived from a parent aldehyde having molecular weight above about 80.

Lower Molecular Weight Hydrocarbons

  1. The preferred hydrocarbons or polymers employed in this invention include homopolymers, interpolymers or lower molecular weight hydrocarbons. (Web site)

Atorvastatin Calcium

  1. The empirical formula of atorvastatin calcium is (C 33 H 34 FN 2 O 5) 2 Ca•3H 2 O and its molecular weight is 1209.42. (Web site)
  2. Amlodipine besylate has a molecular weight of 567.1 and atorvastatin calcium has a molecular weight of 1209.42. (Web site)

Relatively Low Molecular Weight

  1. Preferably, the coupling agent is a bifunctional agent of relatively low molecular weight which reacts with reactive groups on the protein molecules. (Web site)

Active Enzyme Thrombin

  1. The catalytic domain is released from prothrombin fragment 1.2 to create the active enzyme thrombin, which has a molecular weight of 36,000 Da.

Low Molecular Weight Compounds

  1. In addition, low molecular weight compounds can be included in order to allow more movement of molecules within the fiber. (Web site)

Medicine

  1. Clexane injection contains the active ingredient enoxaparin, which is a type of medicine called a low molecular weight heparin. (Web site)

Low Molecular Weight Component

  1. This invention relates to a method for quantitative analysis of a low molecular weight component contained in a protein-containing liquid sample. (Web site)

Low Molecular Weight Carbonates

  1. The process involves transesterification of low molecular weight carbonates, e.g.

Thymopoietin

  1. The various major TG hormones range in molecular weight from 860 Daltons (Thymulin) to 5600 Daltons (Thymopoietin).

Lower Molecular Weight Ethers

  1. These solvents typically have higher boiling point, together with the favorable solvent properties of lower molecular weight ethers and alcohol s.

High Molecular Weight Molecule

  1. For example, the molecular weight of the high molecular weight molecule may be from 10 to 200 kDa, preferably 20 to 100 kDa. (Web site)
  2. The high molecular weight conjugates are retained in the gel compared to the duplex without attachment of the high molecular weight molecule. (Web site)

High Molecular Weight Linear Polymers

  1. It is a still further object of this invention to provide a process for the production of high molecular weight linear polymers from the cyclic oligomers. (Web site)

Molecular Mass

  1. Actually, what is meant by molecular weight is molecular mass. (Web site)

Weight-Average Molecular Weight

  1. The weight-average molecular weight of the oligomer of (meth)acrylic esters of component (D) is selected in the range of 1,000 to 10,000. (Web site)

Fragmentation Pattern

  1. Mass spectrometry: Used to determine the molecular weight of a compound and the fragmentation pattern. (Web site)
  2. The ratio of mass to charge of the parent ion gives the molecular weight directly, and the fragmentation pattern gives clues to the molecular structures. (Web site)

Molecular Weight Ranging

  1. It can have a molecular weight ranging from 275,000 to 800,000 daltons. (Web site)

Apparent Molecular Weight

  1. Each batch of prestained protein marker is calibrated against unstained standards; apparent molecular weight is shown in the graph. (Web site)

Western Blotting

  1. Cross-reactivity with non-target proteins is readily characterized by Western blotting alongside markers of known molecular weight. (Web site)

Sds-Page

  1. Recombinant Ustilago Rec2, so prepared has an apparent molecular weight of 110 Kd, when electrophoresed on SDS-PAGE, and an actual molecular weight of 84 KD. (Web site)

Low Molecular Weight Alcohols

  1. Determination of low molecular weight alcohols including fusel oil in various samples by diethyl ether extraction and capillary gas chromatography.

Molecular Weight Standards

  1. The molecular mass of the purified enzyme was calculated from the average relative mobility compared to the molecular weight standards (Bio-Rad).
  2. The sizes of the molecular weight standards may be different than in figure 2 and will be given to you during lab.

Higher Molecular Weight

  1. Hydrocarbons of the remaining eight species are C 15 to C 18. Hydrocarbons of higher molecular weight (C 20 or more) were not detected. (Web site)
  2. They also observed that molecules of higher molecular weight were much less effective.

Molecular Weight Marker

  1. Load a molecular weight marker into the first lane of the gel.
  2. The Unstained Protein Molecular Weight Marker can be used in Western blotting on PVDF, nylon and nitrocellulose membranes.
  3. For silver staining (9), the volume of Unstained Protein Molecular Weight Marker used should be decreased up to 10-fold.

Molecular Formula

  1. Its molecular formula is C20H24O2. The active ingredient is a white to slightly yellow crystalline powder with a molecular weight of 296.41.
  2. If the formula used in calculating molar mass is the molecular formula, the formula weight computed is the molecular weight. (Web site)

Similar Molecular Weight

  1. This allows for the synthesis of high weight compounds with properties more akin to diesters than pure hydrocarbons of a similar molecular weight. (Web site)
  2. This makes ketones more volatile than alcohol s and carboxylic acid s of similar molecular weight. (Web site)

Number Average Molecular Weight

  1. The number average molecular weight of the polymer as the binder resin is from 3,000 to 50,000, and preferably from 8,000 to 30,000. (Web site)
  2. The phosphorus acid functional polymer may have a number average molecular weight in the range of 1,000 to 1,000,000, preferably 10,000 to 800,000. (Web site)

Weight Average Molecular Weight

  1. The polymer of the invention should preferably have a weight average molecular weight (Mw) of about 2,000 to about 100,000. (Web site)
  2. Common examples are the number average molecular weight and weight average molecular weight[ 18][ 19]. (Web site)

Comparison

  1. An aldehyde and ketone of equivalent molecular weight are also listed for comparison. (Web site)

Low Molecular Weight

  1. When looking at the video, note that bands of a low molecular weight move very quickly through the gel while high molecular weight bands move very slowly.
  2. Columns B, C and D respectively show vWF fractions of low molecular weight (LMW), medium molecular weight (MMW) and high molecular weight (HMW). (Web site)

Low Molecular Weight Heparins

  1. The newest development in treating pulmonary emboli and other clots is by way of the use of low molecular weight heparins. (Web site)

Low Molecular Weight Heparin

  1. Comparison of the non-specific binding of unfractionated heparin and low molecular weight heparin (enoxaparin) to plasma proteins.
  2. A comparison of low molecular weight heparin with unfractionated heparin for unstable coronary artery disease.
  3. Some embodiments of the invention include administering a first agent in combination with a low molecular weight heparin. (Web site)

Structure

  1. The main function of molecular weight determination of large molecules is elucidation of structure. (Web site)

Surface

  1. The surface can be coated with polymeric substances of controlled molecular weight, chemical polarity or other reactivity.
  2. Coagulation factor XI is activated in vitro by factor XIIa in the presence of high molecular weight kininogen (HMWK) and a negatively charged surface.
  3. Their low molecular weight indicates that the molecules can penetrate the cuticle in undamaged hair as well as the surface layer of the epidermis. (Web site)

Average

  1. The carbodiimide resin represented by the chemical formula (1) has an average molecular weight of 200 to 100,000, preferably 500 to 50,000. (Web site)
  2. Although such further alkylation did not increase the antioxidant activity of the compounds, it did increase their average molecular weight. (Web site)

Unknown

  1. The standard curve permits the calculation of the molecular weight of an unknown by using the R f of the unknown to predict the molecular weight. (Web site)
  2. The molecular weight of an unknown protein is quickly obtainable from a dynamic light scattering (DLS) measurement. (Web site)

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