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The new mutants show improved in vivo activity and more sustained therapeutic effect than naturally occurring Factor IX. They could potentially be administered intravenously, orally or by another route.
The copolymers include a polyhydroxamic acid-containing block and a polyferrocenyl block. They can be prepared by standard peptide synthesis or polymerization methods.
The researchers deleted two genes (Pad1p and Fdc1p) in the yeast that play a role in mediating GVL tolerance. The new strain is the first ethanol-producing yeast specifically tailored for GVL-based techniques.
With increased sensitivity, the new design permits detection of minute fluctuations on par with other alkali-based magnetometers that require a near zero magnetic field environment.
The magnetometer includes a gas chamber exposable to an external magnetic field. An electromagnet is positioned to apply a local magnetic field to the chamber. By modulating the rotational change of the alkali atoms with a controllable time-dependent magnetic field, the atoms can be retained in a state in which collisions do not dephase their magnetic orientation.
In the process, the dry granular uranium is exposed to radiation that produces medical isotopes by nuclear reaction. The irradiated uranium then is dissolved in a solvent and the desired isotopes are extracted using standard aqueous separation techniques. The granular uranium material can be dried and reused.
The method works by producing quantitative R2* maps, quantitative fat fraction maps and separate R2*-corrected water and fat images. A low-resolution field map and a common water-fat phase are used to demodulate the effects of these parameters from the acquired data while separating the water and fat signals.
In this way, water, fat and R2* can be estimated simultaneously. A full resolution R2* map is reconstructed in addition to water, fat and fat fraction images that are corrected for the effects of R2*.