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Word: synthesis

Definition: combining parts or separate things into a whole; the whole so formed; PL. syntheses; V. synthesize


Sentences Containing 'synthesis'

"n"-Propyl azide has been used in the laboratory synthesis of pharmaceutical drug candidates.
5-Dehydroepisterol is a sterol and an intermediate in steroid biosynthesis, particularly synthesis of brassinosteroids.
A "synthesis" of religion implies a lower quality of attention.
A total synthesis of kynapcin-24 was achieved in 2009.
All of the results from his experiments support the theory of modern evolutionary synthesis.
An English translation of the field notes synthesis was published in 2003.
Antimetabolites interfere with the synthesis of nucleic acids.
At the time, the biochemical mechanism of ATP synthesis by oxidative phosphorylation was unknown.
Because insulin is one of, if not the most important, regulators of glucokinase synthesis, diabetes of all types diminishes glucokinase synthesis and activity by a variety of mechanisms.
Child composes music for orchestra, chorus, computer synthesis, voice, and chamber groups.
Chiral camphorsulfonyloxaziridines were synthesized by F. A. Davis in the 1970s have become a cornerstone of asymmetric synthesis.
EF-Tu is required for the elongation phase of protein synthesis (translation (biology)).
Epoxidation of alkenes is a versatile synthetic technique in organic synthesis.
For comparison, the amino acid product for the Strecker synthesis has also been included.
Freudenstein made revolutionary contribution applying digital computation to the kinematic synthesis of mechanisms.
G6P, the product of glucokinase, is the principal substrate of glycogen synthesis, and glucokinase has a close functional and regulatory association with glycogen synthesis.
Graphite oxide reduction was probably the first method of graphene synthesis.
He developed the Bergmann-Zervas carbobenzoxy method for the synthesis of polypeptides.
He went on to show that ATP synthesis was coupled to this electrochemical gradient.
In the development of applications of biodegradable polymers, the chemistry of some polymers including synthesis and degradation is reviewed below.
It acts by inhibiting polypeptide synthesis.
It binds dihydrofolate reductase and prevents synthesis of tetrahydrofolate.
It inhibits protein translation by preventing the initial elongation step of protein synthesis.
It interferes with the synthesis of ergosterol by inhibiting the activity of the enzyme lanosterol-14-demethylase.
It is a key step in both the Holton Taxol total synthesis and the Wender Taxol total synthesis.
It is also thought that vaults play a role in protein synthesis.
It is an aminoglycoside that kills bacteria, fungi and higher eukaryotic cells by inhibiting protein synthesis.
It is nonenzymatically cleaved to mercaptopurine, that acts as a purine analogue and an inhibitor of DNA synthesis.
It is regarded as one of the most important works of the modern evolutionary synthesis.
It is used in chemical synthesis as a precursor to carvone and as a renewably based solvent in cleaning products.
Its part in protein synthesis was discovered by Steven L. Nissen at Iowa State University.
Later in his career, he reported the synthesis of the pyridine-N-oxide.
Miglustat is a glucosylceramide synthase inhibitor, which inhibits the synthesis of glycosphingolipids in cells.
Mycelial growth occurs by mitosis and the synthesis of hyphal biomass.
Original activation-synthesis hypothesis model.
PCl3 is also used directly as a reagent in organic synthesis.
Primary production is the synthesis of organic compounds from atmospheric or aqueous carbon dioxide.
The information is a synthesis of the information contained in the references listed.
The MCG technology performs a systems analysis first and then subsequently a systems synthesis.
The number of TLB entries is configurable at CPU configuration before synthesis.
The synthesis route depends on the HRIP type.
The versatility of the Sonogashira reaction makes it a widely used reaction in the synthesis of a variety of compounds.
They are used as building blocks for the synthesis of other compounds.
This chiral ligand is widely used in asymmetric synthesis.
This diminishes both B cell clone expansion and antibody synthesis.
This was perceived as the activation-synthesis model, stating that brain activation during REM sleep results in synthesis of dream creation.
To fill the gap, the École had a synthesis of de Vaux's field notes published in 1994.
Walker et al. have proposed a novel synthesis to accomplish glucuronidation.
While Waldinger's thesis had dealt with the synthesis of applicative programs, which return an output but produce no side effects, Waldinger then turned to the synthesis of imperative programs, which do both.
α-Hydroxylation with oxaziridines has been widely implemented in total synthesis.

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