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INACTVInactive
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In any case, the findings highlight the potential for CRISPR/ Cas9 gene editing techniques to inactivate parasite host factors and improve understanding of malaria.
Research has examined the use of IR to inactivate pathogens in an aerobic environment, or in the presence of modified atmosphere systems.
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation inactivates viruses by chemically modifying the genome.
* Tinker AFB, Okla.--Add four KC-135s to the 507th Air Refueling Wing and inactivate the 513th Air Control Group, an E-3A AWACS classic associate unit.
A greater understanding of the active antimicrobial compounds in the plasmas is needed to learn how they inactivate Salmonella.
The pressures needed to inactivate norovirus and hepatitis A are higher than what is commercially used currently for Vibrio inactivation and may alter the meat's taste and texture somewhat.
Cerus' patent portfolio consists of over 60 issued and pending patents covering methods and compositions to inactivate pathogens in blood and blood products using specific compounds that bind with DNA or RNA.
The Intercept Platelet System is designed to inactivate viruses, bacteria, other pathogens and white blood cells in donated platelets prior to transfusion.
A dose of 2 mJ/cm[sup.2] of 222-nm light was able to inactivate more than 95 percent of aerosolized H1N1 influenza virus.
To minimize the potential for deterioration, fruits and vegetables are heat-treated or blanched to inactivate these enzymes.
One way to inhibit or inactivate various pathogenic bacteria involves using natural antibacterial preservatives.
In addition, Cd(II) and Zn(II) (at [greater than or equal to] 100 [micro]M) inactivate the in vitro DNA glycosylase activity of Ogg1, a mammalian repair enzyme that functions to excise damaged/mutagenic bases, such as 8-oxoguanine, from DNA (Zharkov and Rosenquist 2002).