Articles will cover chemical, biochemical, genetic and molecular interactions, as well as eco-physiology, stem cell research, legal developments and bioethics.
What does MINT stand for?
MINT stands for Molecular Interaction
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 32 other meanings of MINT in our Acronym Attic
- Mathematik, Informatik, Naturwissenschaften, Technik (German: mathematics, computer science, science and technology)
- Mensa International
- Metal In-Line Treatment
- Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey (economies)
- Mid-Columbia Interagency Narcotics Task Force (Oregon)
- Miniaturized Wireless Network Testbed
- Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (Kazakhstan)
- Ministry of the Interior
- MinT Is Not TOS (Atari open source operating system)
- Model for Integrated Network Transformation (Juniper)
- Monitoring Interval
- Multi-source Intelligence Toolkit
- Multimedia Internet Terminal
- Mutual Interference
- Mutual Interference Test
- Verein Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlicher Excellence-Center (German: Association of Mathematics and Natural Science Excellence Center)
- Marshall Islands National Telecommunications Authority (Majuro, Marshall Islands)
- Ministry of Technology (UK; obsolete)
- Miniature Terminal
- Mensa in Thueringen (subgroup of Mensa Germany)
Samples in periodicals archive:
9783527310876 Molecular interaction fields; applications in drug discovery and ADME prediction.
Detection of molecular interactions in living cells is not limited to the nuclear compartment, but can be accomplished in the cytoplasm, cell surface, organelles, or between these entities.
Now, this power supply may come from these molecular interactions.
The company's products include: (1) specialty, nutritional oils for infant formula, nutritional supplements and food ingredients that may play a beneficial role in promoting mental and cardiovascular health, and in the development of the eyes and central nervous system in newborns; (2) high value reagents and technologies to visualize molecular interactions for drug discovery and development and; (3) new, powerful fluorescent markers for diagnostics, rapid miniaturized screening, and gene and protein detection.
Scientists use Cytoscape to visualize molecular interaction networks and integrate these interactions with gene expression profiles and other data.
Christopher Hogue at Mount Sinai Hospital's Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Toronto, has secured CDN $29 million in government and public funding to enter 80,000 molecular interaction records into the Biomolecular Interaction Network Database (BIND.