KDA

(redirected from Kilodaltons)
AcronymDefinition
KDAKongsberg Defence & Aerospace (Norway)
KDAKansas Dental Association
KDAKentucky Dressage Association
KDAKnown Direction of Arrival
KDAKentucky Department of Agriculture
KDAKentucky Distillers Association
KDAKansas Department of Administration
kDaKilodaltons (molecular weight)
KDAKarachi Development Authority (Pakistan)
KDAKanpur Development Authority (India)
KDAKhulna Development Authority (Bangladesh)
KDAKachin Defense Army
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duty/standby ultrafiltration modules designed for a molecular weight cut-off (mwco) of 10 kilodaltons (kda), c.
between five to nine kilodaltons when "molecular weight" means
The ultrasensitive sensor can track changes of just a few kilodaltons in the mass of a cantilever in real time.
United States-based La Jolla Pharmaceutical has received notice of allowance for patent application number 14/254,510 covering methods of treating chronic inflammation by intravenous administration of aqueous modified pectin solutions with molecular weights greater than 25 kilodaltons, from the US Patent and Trademark Office, it was reported on Friday.
In contrast, antigens are measured in kilodaltons, 10 to 10,000 times larger than glucose.
The team discovered that hydrolysis broke proteins down from 150-200 kilodaltons in size to about 10.
La biodisponibilidad de la nadroparina calcica se encuentra directamente relacionada con las cadenas de heparina de menos de 5 kilodaltons, segun algunos estudios, de 89 a 98%, con un area bajo la curva de 2,35 UI/ml por hora (tabla 1) [3,8].
tuberculosis-specific antigens, such as 6 kilodaltons ESAT-6 and culture filtrate protein CFP-10 of 10 kilodaltons (9,10).
CR1 molecular weight differs by approximately 30 kilodaltons (kDa), four different forms are known CR1*1 (220 kDa), CR1*2 (250 kDa), CR1*3 (190 kDa) and CR1*4 (280 kDa), arising by deletion and duplication of the complement control proteins (CCPs), mostly contained in the long homologous repeat-B (LHR-B) (13).
Induction of adipocyte complement-related protein of 30 kilodaltons by PPAR[gamma] agonists: a potential mechanism of insulin sensitization.