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Dissolve

Dissolve to change or cause to change from a solid to a dispersed form by immersion in a fluid of suitable... Read More

Solubility

Definition noun (1) The quantity of a particular substance (solid, liquid, or gas solute) that can dissolve in a particular... Read More

Resolve

resolve 1. To be separated into its component parts or distinct principles; to undergo resolution. 2. To melt; to dissolve;... Read More

Water-soluble vitamin

Definition noun, plural: water-soluble vitamins Any of the group of vitamins that dissolve in water and excreted rather... Read More

Handling Synthetic Peptides

1. How should I store and handle my synthesized peptides? Peptide storage guidelines: Peptides should be stored in... Read More

Hydrophilic

Hydrophilic Definition What does a hydrophile or hydrophilic substances mean? If a molecule is “water-loving”, it is... Read More

The Human Physiology

In order to fully understand the mechanisms of human physiology it is important to have an understanding of the chemical... Read More

Joining Forces: Scientists Use Peptides And Lipopeptides To Fight Bacteria

The "resistance movement" founded by bacteria to combat antibiotics may be losing ground. By combining key... Read More

Mouse keratinocyte cultures

PRIMARY MOUSE KERATINOCYTE CULTURES Isolation of epidermal keratinocytes from neonatal mice is based on the protocol of... Read More

Aqua Regia

Article submitted on May 14, 2008Article published on June 10, 2008 ◊ A contributed article. Published by... Read More

Chitin

Definition noun plural: chitin chi·tin, ˈkaɪtɪn (1) A polymer of nitrogen-containing polysaccharide (C8H13O5N)n... Read More

Aqueous solution

Definition noun, plural: aqueous solutions A solution wherein water is the dissolving medium or solvent Supplement Solution,... Read More

Roughage

Definition noun plural: roughages rough·age, ɹʌf'ɪdʒ (1) A dietary fiber (2) Hay or any other coarse feed, such as... Read More

Dissolution

Dissolution 1. The act of dissolving, sundering, or separating into component parts; separation. Dissolutions of ancient... Read More

Hydrolysis

Definition noun (chemistry) (1) A chemical reaction in which the interaction of a compound with water results in the... Read More

Universal solvent

Definition noun (1) A substance capable of dissolving all or a large variety of substances. (2) An... Read More

The Fabric of the Cosmos (Penguin Press Science)

The Fabric of the Cosmos (Penguin Press Science)       ... Read More

Insoluble

Definition adjective (1) Of or pertaining to something that cannot be dissolved, or solved. (2) Having the quality of being... Read More

Predation

In ecology, predation is a mechanism of population control. Thus, when the number of predators is scarce the number of... Read More

Organic molecule

Definition noun 1. A molecule that is normally found in or produced by living systems. 2. A molecule that typically... Read More

Vitamin

Definition noun, plural: vitamins A low molecular weight organic compound that is essential for normal growth and metabolic... Read More

Fat solvents

Fat solvents organic liquids notable for their ability to dissolve lipids; usually, but not always, immiscible in water;... Read More

Nonpolar compound

Definition noun, plural: nonpolar compounds A compound comprised of molecules linked through chemical bonds arranged in such... Read More

Enteric

Definition adjective (1) Pertaining to the inside of, or by way of, or originating from, the intestines; intestinal (2)... Read More

Catalysis

Definition noun, plural: catalyses The causing of the acceleration of a chemical reaction induced by a... Read More

Nonpolar

Definition adjective (physics) Not containing a dipole; lacking a permanently dipolar molecule. (chemistry) Pertaining to a... Read More

Acid

Acid (Science: chemical, chemistry) a fundamental category of many compounds whose water-based solutions have a sour taste,... Read More

Dilute

Dilute 1. To make thinner or more liquid by admixture with something; to thin and dissolve by mixing. Mix their watery... Read More

Menstruum

menstruum Origin: L. Menstruus. See Menstruous. Any substance which dissolves a solid body; a solvent. The proper menstruum... Read More

Osteoclasts – the Cells That Break Bone

Osteoclasts – the Cells That Break Bone   In all two hundred and six bones make our skeleton. The bony... Read More

Dinosaurs In Bullet-proof Vests

Their armour was perfect; even their eyelids consisted of plates of bone. What are known as ankylosauruses are among the... Read More

Weaving cartilage at zero g: the reality of tissue engineering in space

Proem tissue n [L, texere, to weave] . . . an aggregate of cells usu. of a particular kind together with their... Read More

All Fats Are Not Created Equal: Some Fats May Protect The Heart

DALLAS, Sept. 14 -- Limiting the amount of saturated fat, such as butter or animal fat, in your diet is a good idea. Now the... Read More

Engineers probe spiders’ polymer art

Engineers probe spiders' polymer art      MIT researchers hope the golden silk spider... Read More

Vitamins – Uses – Deficiency Problems – Sources

  Fat soluble vitamins Chemical name / other names Main Source(s) Functions /... Read More

A Link Is Found Between Morphine Addiction And The Tendency To Explore

A team of researchers from the UAB has found experimental evidence in rats showing a link between addiction to morphine... Read More

Woven scaffolds could improve cartilage repair

DURHAM, N.C. — Using a unique weaving machine of their design, Duke University Medical Center researchers have created a... Read More

Oceans May Soon Be More Corrosive Than When The Dinosaurs Died

Increased carbon dioxide emissions are rapidly making the world's oceans more acidic and, if unabated, could cause a mass... Read More

PAPS (phosphoadenosine phosphosulfate) preparation

PAPS (phosphoadenosine phosphosulfate) preparation Introduction This protocol is used to prepare PAPS, a sulfate donor used... Read More