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GEL

ISO 4217 code for the Georgian lari. It was introduced in 1995, replacing the kupon lari, which had replaced the Soviet ruble and was suffering from hyperinflation. The lari is a floating currency.
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Of note, salivary secretion, which was dramatically reduced and even absent in 20% of patients, was statistically marginally more reduced and candidiasis lesions were also statistically marginally more extended in the miconazole Lauriad(R) treated patients than in the miconazole gel treated patients (P = 0.
Both of these cancer supportive care studies fit strategically with our emphasis on oncology, and we look forward to evaluating whether treatment with the MX8899 gel will alleviate the painful side effects these patients suffer while undergoing treatment for their cancer.
The Yonsei Proteome Research Center (YPRC) at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea has purchased two systems, which standardize the traditionally subjective process of protein spot detection in complex two-dimensional (2D) gel separations, and significantly reduce the human intervention usually required.
In October 2000, Compugen introduced Z3, its award-winning state-of-the-art solution for image analysis of 2-D gels, which already has more than 100 installations at leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and research institutions worldwide.
mac control software utilizes EXCEL spreadsheets, incorporates a viewer to visualize the gel image, and allows manual editing of the spot list to be excised.
Gel dosimetry started with the use of gels containing Folin's phenol, in which color changes were observed when exposed to radiations.
Performance gels can be easier to consume on the run.
The gel brightened the test spot on the painting, and analyses of the gel after its use showed that none of the pigments had been removed from the original paint layer.
Platelets, fisheyes, or disc-shaped gels are round and thickest at the center.
Helmut Meyer, CEO, Prot@gen, a proteomics company, known for its expertise in 2D gels, stated: "Compugen's Z3 image analysis software takes only 10 minutes to provide complete analysis of proteins, compared with the up to two days it takes for rival products.