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If enacted into law, the DOD budget request would increase the number of Reserve fighter wings equipped with F-16 fighters, create a classic associate B-1 bomber group, increase the number of Reserve KC-135 tankers, inactivate the Reserve airlift wing at Pope Field, N.
Ionizing radiation (IR) can inactivate pathogens found in many foods.
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).
Of particular value to the manufacturer of soups, sauces and gravies is the elimination of enzymic activity brought about by the high intensity thermal treatment used to inactivate the flours, thus controlling the rate of starch breakdown during the heating of flour/water slurries, which, if not controlled, can lead to large variations in the thickness of the cooked slurry.
The system inactivates plasma and platelets using the same illumination device, process and active compound.
Ionizing radiation can inactivate foodborne pathogens on raw meat and poultry, fruits and vegetables, seafood and RTE meat products.
In an approach known as "chemical genomics," Zheng and colleagues used rapamycin to inactivate TOR in yeast in a collection of mutant yeast strains, one for each gene in the yeast genome and each lacking one gene.
Since the early 1980s, researchers have developed chemical and heat treatments that inactivate a variety of pathogens in blood-derived proteins.