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Several diseases have common denominator The downward spiral that brought Alice to this point began with subtle molecular changes in her brain.
The new molecular method allows thousands of the long DNA strands that make up genes to be isolated and cloned at the same time.
Physicians can now blend standard data like age, race, and medical history, along with molecular data like the composition and amount of a person’s eosinophils, a type of white blood cell that mediates asthma attacks.
OBOGS provides aircrew with oxygen by taking bleed-air from the aircraft engine, filtering it through a molecular sieve material to remove nitrogen and other gases, and producing breathable-grade oxygen.
Normally, Earth’s atmosphere is made up mainly of nitrogen and oxygen, in their molecular forms.
Pumps create a vacuum, and a liquid helium and nitrogen cooling system drives the temperature down to --440°F, not far from absolute zero, the thermal floor at which most molecular motion stops.
For now the holy grail seems to be tweaking ketamine’s molecular structure to capture the drug’s unrivaled therapeutic effect while eliminating those pesky hallucinations.
By delving into the molecular biology, the team was able to identify an important genetic regulatory mechanism and engineer it to make more biofuel.
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First Known Use of molecular
MOLECULAR Defined for Kids
Definition of molecular for Students
: of or relating to a molecule molecular structure
Medical Definition of molecular
molecularity\-ˌlek-yə-ˈlar-ət-ē\play noun plural
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