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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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Zitha, "Viscoelastic behaviour of partly hydrolysed polyacrylamide/chromium(III) gels," Rheologica Acta, vol.
Rheological properties, such as storage modulus, are more commonly used by device engineers to predict the flow of the gel in the electrical component (refs.
The Stream Troubleshooting Gels in Polyolefin Films lines show the recirculation patterns due to the motion of the screw relative to the barrel wall.
Therefore, polyelectrolyte gels have potential for many applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Coomassie blue staining showed streaking in the high MW and basic pH region of the gel that was processed with ultrapure water from an ultrafilter (Figure 2B, upper right portion of gels).
A highly sensitive silver stain for detecting proteins and peptides in polyacrylamide gels. Anal Biochem 1979; 98(1): 231-7.
The full list of affected products is: Anbesol teething gel, Anbesol, Liquid Bonjela teething gel, Bonjela junior gel, Boots teething gel 3 Months+Calgel teething gel, Dentinox teething gel.
Many PE film processes exhibit a low and continuous level of gels. These are typically oxidized and crosslinked PE material.
The rheological behaviors of UL blending gels with different SCs were investigated at shear rate from [10.sup.-1] to 30 [s.sup.-1].
Previous studies have revealed electron densities of Fricke and polymer gels within 1% of soft tissues.16
Meanwhile, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has said on "rare occasions" it has had to restrict hand gel distribution for patient safety.