Adhesion promoter

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  • Modification of Soy proteins and Their Adhesive Properties on Woods demand for adhesives, the uncer tainty of continuing availability of petrochemical products, and demand for environmentally safe products promoted the development of adhesives from renewable, inexpensive sources.

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  • Akcros stabilizer/activators have been formulated to provide controlled, uniform gas evolution for the production of PVC foams utilizing azodicarbonamide as the blowing agent. The ABC series of blowing agent catalysts are primary materials and act as both heat stabilizers and gas generation activators. No secondary stabilizer is normally required. Thus, with the availability of such blowing agent catalysts, the use range of azodicarbonamide is extended to a significant degree.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: WFDC1 expression identifies memory CD4 Tlymphocytes rendered vulnerable to cell-cell HIV-1 transfer by promoting intercellular adhesive junctions...

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  • In assembly, the principle impact relates to the use of glues and adhesives. The main issue associated with the use of adhesives is related to the solvent content of glue and the consequent emissions of VOCs, although other hazardous substances may also be present in certain glues. Therefore, in order to minimise the negative environmental impacts of certain glues, criteria shall be set to limit the content of VOCs in adhesives and the content of hazardous additives.

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  • Thea3b1 integrin is an adhesion receptor for extracellular matrix proteins including isoforms of laminin, and the changes of its expression level in various cancer cells are thought to cause their malignant phenotypes. We have cloned an approximately 4 kb DNA fragment of the 5¢-flanking region of the murinea3 integrin gene and analyzed its promoter activity.

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  • Distinguished by the authors strong commitment to conservative dentistry, this revised textbook combines proven methods with the latest scientific developments in preventive and restorative dentistry. Chapters on enamel and dentin adhesion and on resin composite restorations have been substantially revised to incorporate the latest evidence, and updated reference lists promote further study into the most recent evidence-based research. Current concepts in caries management and remineralization are discussed, as is preservation of pulpal health.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 59. Bleeding and Thrombosis Bleeding and Thrombosis: Introduction The human hemostatic system provides a natural balance between procoagulant and anticoagulant forces. The procoagulant forces include platelet adhesion and aggregation and fibrin clot formation; anticoagulant forces include the natural inhibitors of coagulation and fibrinolysis. Under normal circumstances, hemostasis is regulated to promote blood flow; however, it is also prepared to clot blood rapidly to arrest blood flow and prevent exsanguination.

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  • Figure 80-6 Oncogene signaling pathways are activated during tumor progression and promote metastatic potential. This figure shows a cancer cell that has undergone epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT) under the influence of several environmental signals. Critical components include activated transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) and the hepatocyte growth factor (HGF)/c-Met pathways, as well as changes in the expression of adhesion molecules that mediate cell-cell and cellextracellular matrix interactions.

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  • Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) plays an important role in innate immunity. The role of TLR4 in stretched cardiomyocytes is not known. We sought to investigate whether mechanical stretch could regulate TLR4 expression, as well as the possible molecular mechanisms and signal pathways mediating the expression of TLR4 by cyclic mechanical stretch in cardiomyocytes. Methods: Neonatal Wistar rat cardiomyocytes grown on a flexible membrane base were stretched by vacuum to 20% of maximum elongation at 60 cycles/min.

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  • Opacity-Associated Protein Another gonococcal surface protein that is important in adherence to epithelial cells is opacity-associated protein (Opa, formerly called protein II). Opa contributes to intergonococcal adhesion, which is responsible for the opaque nature of gonococcal colonies on translucent agar and the organism's adherence to a variety of eukaryotic cells, including polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs).

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  • The human hemostatic system provides a natural balance between procoagulant and anticoagulant forces. The procoagulant forces include platelet adhesion and aggregation and fibrin clot formation; anticoagulant forces include the natural inhibitors of coagulation and fibrinolysis. Under normal circumstances, hemostasis is regulated to promote blood flow; however, it is also prepared to clot blood rapidly to arrest blood flow and prevent exsanguination. After bleeding is successfully halted, the system remodels the damaged vessel to restore normal blood flow. ...

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  • Expression of a previously cloned secretory protein named adrenocortical zonation factor 1 (AZ-1, also called Tin-ag-RP or lipocalin 7) is tightly linked with the zonal differentiation of adrenocortical cells. It is also pre-sent in vascular smooth muscle (VSM), although its function has remained unknown.

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  • Several microbial pathogens have been reported to interact with glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) on cell surfaces and in the extracellularmatrix. Herewe demonstrate thatM protein, a major surface-expressed virulence factor of the human bac-terial pathogen, Streptococcus pyogenes, mediates binding to various forms of GAGs. Hence, S. pyogenesstrains expressing a large number of different types of M proteins bound to dermatan sulfate (DS), highly sulfated fractions of heparan sulfate (HS) and heparin, whereas strains deficient in M protein surface expression failed to interact with these GAGs. ...

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