(n.) The act of dissolving, sundering, or separating into component parts; separation.
(n.) Change from a solid to a fluid state; solution by heat or moisture; liquefaction; melting.
(n.) Change of form by chemical agency; decomposition; resolution.
(n.) The dispersion of an assembly by terminating its sessions; the breaking up of a partnership.
(n.) The extinction of life in the human body; separation of the soul from the body; death.
(n.) The state of being dissolved, or of undergoing liquefaction.
(n.) The new product formed by dissolving a body; a solution.
(n.) Destruction of anything by the separation of its parts; ruin.
(n.) Corruption of morals; dissipation; dissoluteness.
(1) The agent present in the serum which causes dissolution of the fibrin clot was isolated and identified as pepsinogen.
(2) A 2-fold increase in the dissolution rate was observed when the same number of particles was immobilized without macrophages.
(3) Unaltered surface enamel of extracted human teeth was subjected to tests of resistance to dissolution in 10 mM acetic acid at pH 4.0 and 10 mM EDTA at pH 7.4 in a miniature continuous flow system.
(4) At 30 days after injection both stains revealed cellular debris and glial reactions characteristic of cellular dissolution.
(5) The in vitro dissolution study carried out using dynamic dialysis revealed that the release of adriamycin from these particles follows a bi-phasic pattern.
(6) The retreating rate constants deduced from the dissolution results were well coincident with the values directly determined by the needle penetration method, suggesting good applicability of the proposed equation.
(7) However, in some patients absorption of the drug is markedly sensitive to changes in dissolution rate and new pharmacopoeal standards should not be defined until very rapidly-dissolving formulations have been studied.
(8) Instead, a repetitive, stepwise dissolution pattern was observed.
(9) In ancillary studies, multiple cycles of direct dissolution of UCB crystals revealed a progressive decrease in aqueous solubility of UCB as fine crystals were removed; this effect was minimal in CHCl3.
(10) Reductions in dissolution rates in a continuous-flow system could best be interpreted by assuming that they reflected changes in the area of the hydrophilic solid exposed to the solvent.
(11) Applications from Serbia, which account for 10% of the total, stem mostly from the dissolution of former Yugoslavia: payment of army reservists, access to savings in present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, pensions in Kosovo.
(12) The minimal advantage in rapidity of stone dissolution offered by tham E over tham is more than offset by the considerably increased potential for toxic side effects.
(13) The differences in the amounts of rapidly releasable calcium were attributed to different kinetics of calcium phosphate and calcium oxalate dissolution.
(14) The steps in the model are the drug elimination rate in the precornea and anterior chamber, the rate of drug dissolution, the rate of drug penetration into the cornea, and the rate of drug transport into the aqueous humor.
(15) Two commercial slow-release potassium chloride tablets, Slow-K and Addi-K have the characteristics of slow-release in the different dissolution conditions.
(16) Two consequences of these conditions are (1) patient classification into syndrome types (e.g., phonological dysgraphia, agrammatism, and so forth) can play no useful role in research concerned with issues about the structure of normal cognitive functioning or its dissolution under conditions of brain damage; and (2) only single-patient studies allow valid inferences about the structure of cognitive mechanisms from the analysis of impaired performance.
(17) Areas suggestive of cellular dissolution and disorganization were also reported in experimental parathyroids
(18) Speaking in Adelaide on Thursday as the government struggles to turn around its polling in South Australia before a possible double dissolution election, the prime minister went on the attack and said Labor was making major policy announcements on the fly.
(19) Although all three formulations were shown to have similar dissolution profiles, dissolution of chlorpropamide was pH-dependent in vitro.
(20) However, if solubility is considered as a function of pH at equilibrium, i.e., the final pH after the dissolution products have entered the solvent--a model more akin to the in vivo situation--hydroxyapatite is the conspicuously more soluble of the two minerals.
(n.) The quality, condition, or degree of being soluble or solvable; as, the solubility of a salt; the solubility of a problem or intricate difficulty.
(n.) The tendency to separate readily into parts by spurious articulations, as the pods of tick trefoil.
(1) Samples are hydrolyzed with Ba (OH)2, and the hydrolysate is passed through a Dowex-50 column to remove the salts and soluble carbohydrates.
(2) Cyclic AMP stimulated phosphorylation by [gamma-32P]ATP of two proteins of apparent Mr = 20,000 and 7,000 that were concentrated in sarcoplasmic reticulum, but the stimulation was markedly dependent on the presence of added soluble cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase.
(3) We measured soluble CD8 (sCD8) levels in the CSF of patients with MS, other inflammatory neurologic diseases (INDs), and noninflammatory neurologic diseases (NINDs).
(4) The results indicate that OA-bearing macrophages primed T cells and generated helper T cells, whereas the culture of normal lymphocytes with soluble OA in the absence of macrophages generated suppressor T cells.
(5) This mAb inhibited monocyte binding of both soluble FITC-labeled IgA and IgA-coated E, whereas it did not inhibit IgG binding.
(6) In the liver of albino rats with experimental thyrotoxicosis a study was made of nucleic acids and some indices of phosphorus metabolism: total and inorganic phosphorus, total and acid-soluble phosphorus, phosphorus of RNA, DNA and phosphoproteins.
(7) After immunoadsorbent purification, the final step in a purification procedure similar to that adopted for colon cancer CEA, two main molecular species were identified: 1) Material identical with colon cancer CEA with respect to molecular size, PCA solubility, ability to bind to Con A, and most important the ability to bind to specific monkey anti-CEA serum.
(8) Water soluble fraction (SF) of SRBC was obtained by hypotonic lysis and ultracentrifugation.
(9) At concentrations several hundredfold higher than the equivalents present in the minimum concentration of rat skin soluble collagen required for platelet aggregation, neither Hyl-Gal (at 29 muM) nor Hyl-Gal-Glc (at 18 muM) caused platelet aggregation or inhibited platelet aggregation by native collagen.
(10) Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against the soluble form (S-COMT) of catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT, EC 220.127.116.11) were produced using a purified preparation of the enzyme from pig liver as antigen.
(11) TPIA itself has no effect on the pattern of protein labeling in either the "soluble" or a plasma membrane-enriched fraction.
(12) At physiologic doses (10(-8) M) estradiol inhibits the binding at a significant extent on the soluble receptor, but not on membrane-bound form.
(13) We then used synthetic peptides spanning the active fragment to identify the primary sequence of the adhesive site as Leu-Arg-Glu (LRE): neurons attach to an immobilized LRE-containing peptide, and soluble LRE blocks attachment of neurons to the s-laminin fragment.
(14) Zona pellucida solubility, plasminogen activator production, and plasminogen conversion to plasmin increased as embryonic stage advanced; however, plasminogen activator production and plasmin conversion to plasmin were poorly correlated with zona pellucida solubility.
(15) One cellulase is buffer-soluble, the other buffer-insoluble but extractable with high salt concentrations.
(16) Using a soluble ICAM-2 Ig fusion protein (receptor globulin, Rg) we demonstrate the costimulatory effect of ICAM-2 during the activation of CD4+ T cells.
(17) A significant proportion of the soluble protein of the organic matrix of mollusk shells is composed of a repeating sequence of aspartic acid separated by either glycine or serine.
(18) In a previous publication the purification and properties of two protein kinases (KI and KII) from a soluble fraction of bovine corpus luteum and the stimulation of the latter fol.
(19) It was readily soluble, however, in nonpolar solvents such as n-hexane and chloroform.
(20) The binding of 125I-labeled core protein to immobilized fibronectin was inhibited by soluble fibronectin and by soluble cold core protein but not by albumin or gelatin.