residual activity

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  • This property also has been referred to as "residual activity."
  • Despite major abnormalities, however, these data also provide evidence for localized residual activity at the cortical level.
  • They are partly inactivated by organic matter and have slight residual activity.
  • It is systemic with particular efficacy against sucking insects and has a long residual activity.
  • Only one derivative had lower than 50% residual activity.
  • Desirable agrochemicals have residual activity and persistence of effect lasting up to several weeks to allow large spray intervals.
  • They also have limited residual activity due to evaporation, which results in brief contact times unless the surface is submerged, and have a limited activity in the presence of organic material.
  • The symptoms are similar, but perhaps more mild, because if an individual survives the neonatal period they likely have some residual activity of biotin-related enzymes.
  • Some females with residual activity show benefit from creatine supplementation.
  • Mutant proteins still maintain some residual activity, allowing for the release of some collagen, but still form an extremely distended endoplasmic reticulum.
  • In the Devon Rex mutation a residual activity of the protein still exists.
  • The residual activity is sufficient to digest proteins, which usually contaminate nucleic acid preparations.
  • To comply with the label, applicators must know where and when bees forage in the application area, and the length of residual activity of the pesticide.
  • Glyphosate was selected as the most appropriate product after specific considerations on efficacy, environmental safety, soil residual activity, operator safety, application timing, and cost-effectiveness.
  • ASM is not completely inhibited by FIAMSAs and a low residual activity remains, allowing sufficient metabolism for cellular survival to occur.
  • Steam and sulphur fumaroles here are indicative of residual activity.
  • Chromosomal aberrations in the upstream control regions or residual activity of the mutant SOX9 protein could also be responsible for the milder forms of the disease.
  • Enzymes with low residual activity lead to a milder type of the disease, with symptoms like reduced hearing, mental disabilities, susceptibility to bacterial infections, and skeletal deformities.
  • Bottromycin A2 completely degraded in mouse plasma after 10 minutes and exhibited 0% residual activity after exposure to rat serum.
  • This is not the main problem in the porphyrias; most heme synthesis enzymes -- even dysfunctional enzymes -- have enough residual activity to assist in heme biosynthesis.
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