Scientists at Purdue University set out to confirm the presence of high molecular weight plasminogen molecules in milk and to see if other forms are present in milk at even higher molecular weights.
What does HMV stand for?
HMV stands for High Molecular Weight
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We have 35 other meanings of HMV in our Acronym Attic
- Harvard Model United Nations
- Hazardous Materials Unified Program Agency (San Francisco Department of Public Health; California)
- High Mobility Utility Vehicle
- Hybrid Multiplex (FDDI)
- Halo Music Video
- Hazardous Materials Vault (military vault for dangerous materials)
- Heavy Maintenance Visit
- Heavy Military Vehicle
- High Mileage Vehicle
- High Mobility Vehicle
- High Mountain Village (gaming)
- His Master's Voice
- Horror Music Video
- HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) McKinney-Vento
- Hydraulics Main & Vital
- Hazard Mapping and Vulnerability Assessment
- Historic Medford Village Association (Medford, NJ)
- Historic Modified Vehicle Association (Germany)
- Helmet-Mounted Visual and Audio Display
- Hartlepool Male Voice Choir (UK)
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020 Digilab's sample preparation procedure offered provided a high enrichment of peptides in biological samples while eliminating high molecular weight protein content, thus enabling a uniquely high sensitivity for peptides in mass spectrometric analyses.
The three species include two high molecular weight species (H.
High molecular weight elastomer compounds such as silicone plasticizers are restricted from leaching out by the film barrier, and the coating also prevents external solubilizing chemicals from degrading an elastomer.
A new injection molding grade of HIPS combines high molecular weight with flow enhancers for a rheology that is self thinning, rather than relying on shear thinning at gates.
White water coagulants: Mills have used coagulants or low molecular weight polymers with high charge densities for many years to neutralize contaminant charge, fix dyes, promote high molecular weight retention flocculants, increase drainage, remove color, treat broke, neutralize wood containing stock, and neutralize recycle paper.
Reference Material (RM) 8456, an orthopedic grade Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE), became available in October 2000.