That quality is generally ascribed to its hydrophobic nature, its existence in several different molecular forms, its tight binding to vitamin D--binding protein (VDBP) and, until recently, the absence of reference materials or a reference measurement procedure (RMP) against which assays could be standardized.
What does TB stand for?
TB stands for Tight Binding
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We have 44 other meanings of TB in our Acronym Attic
- Three-way Box
- Thrift Bank
- Throttle Body
- Throw Back
- Thrust Bearing
- Thumb Bolt (plumbing)
- Thunder Bluff (Warcraft game)
- Thunderball (James Bond film)
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The reason for the exhibition is that the Waiters Art Gallery in Baltimore believes the manuscript's tight binding is damaging the fragile paper.
Article topics include an atomic view of the electronic structure of mixed anion III-V nitrides, theories and experiments in band anticrossing in III-N-V alloys, tight binding and k-p theory of dilute nitride alloys, an experiment in electron-effective masses of dilute nitrides, electronic properties of (GA, IN) (N, As)-based heterostructures, and the role of hydrogen in dilute nitrides.
A small-molecule, tight binding inhibitor of the integrin alpha(4)beta(1) blocks antigen-induced airway responses and inflammation in experimental asthma in sheep.
1% glutaraldehyde to ensure tight binding of the captured antigens, washed on 6 drops of PBS, negative stained, and examined (38).
The book is more valuable when it's clean, with an intact jacket and a tight binding.