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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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What are FORTESTA (testosterone) Gel and Testosterone Gel?
If the competition sells 10-ounce jars of gel for $5-$10, he'll market a 16-ounce product, and pass the bulk savings along.
Many marathoners consume an excess of gels over the course of a race.
The so-called rheoreversible gel consists of a cleaning solvent mixed with a polymer called polyallylamine.
Average melt temperature may increase noticeably, so watch out for crosslinked, discolored, or burnt gels if friction is too severe.
Nasdaq: CGEN), Tel Aviv, Israel, has launched its Z3 high throughput 2D gel electrophoresis analysis system.
Carbohydrate gels offer 70-100 calories and 17-25 grams of carbohydrate per packet.
Users of these new products can avoid gel slicing and UV exposure, leading to a safer and more efficient DNA recovery method.
Developed by a team of researchers in Japan, the gel absorbs water when it encounters a high concentration of glucose, a sugar found in the blood.
Hoefer), a subsidiary of Harvard Bioscience (HBIO) and world-renowned supplier of gel electrophoresis equipment, today announced a worldwide distribution agreement.
As a result of shear forces in extruders, gels usually end up as elongated ellipses.
Silica gels used for thermal insulation typically have porosities of 95 to 99 percent, he says.