FLUKA


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FLUKAFluktuierende Kaskade (German: Fluctuating Cascade)
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To this solution, 1 [micro]M tetradotoxin (TTX) (Alexis Biochemicals (USA)) was added to block sodium currents, 1mM 4-aminopyridine (4-AP) (Sigma Aldrich), 1mM tetraethyl ammonium (TEA) (Fluka) to block [I.sub.KDR] and [I.sub.A] currents, respectively, as well as 2 mM cesium (Cs) (Sigma Aldrich) to block nonspecific cation channel currents ([I.sub.h]) activated by hyperpolarization.
As shown in Table 3, the purity values of titanium tetrachloride supplied by Junsei Chemical Co., Yakuri, Wako, Sigma Aldrich, and Fluka were 99.92, 99.93, 99.92, 99.91, and 99.92%, respectively.
In the glycerol oxidation experiments glycerol ([greater than or equal to]98%, Fluka), NaOH (reagent grade, Sigma--Aldrich) and oxygen (98%, AGA) were used.
Use of the FLUKA Monte Carlo code for 3D patient-specific dosimetry on PET-CT and SPECT-CT images.
Fluka started his career at the Dolder Grand Hotel in Zurich more than 12 years ago.
The sale will also include global rights to the company's Fluka brand.
CERN, INFN and RaySearch Laboratories AB (publ) have signed a long-term license agreement allowing RaySearch to utilize the FLUKA Monte Carlo code in its research and development in the field of ion beam therapy.
TEOS (>98%) was purchased from Fluka. ICPTES (>95%) was purchased from Aldrich.
All reagents used were at least analytical reagent (AR) grade including ethanol (Merck Ltd.), acetone (BDH Chemicals, UK), sodium hypochlorite (Fluka, USA), Folin-ciocaltue reagent (Unichem, USA), gallic acid (Fluka, USA), agar lab (Lab M.
The standards of glucose (Sigma G7021), arabinose (Sigma A3131), xylose (Sigma X1500), galactose (Fluka 48260), mannose (Fluka 63580) and ribose (Sigma R7500) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Co., St.
Cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTABr) from Fluka, dodecyl amine (DA) from Sigma, and sodium periodate from BDH (99% pure) were used without further purification.