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By Abdelhamid Elaissari

ISBN-10: 0824747798

ISBN-13: 9780824747794

Testifying to the well-known versatility of colloidal polymers and heightening estimations in their capability in bioscience functions, Colloidal Biomolecules, Biomaterials, and Biomedical functions is an authoritative presentation of verified and newfound concepts promising to revolutionize the parts of biomedical diagnostics, therapeutics, pharmaceutics, and drug supply.

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Adsorption of HCG molecules only slightly affects the electrophoretic mobility of the sensitized latex particles. C. Aggregation Experiments All experiments were performed at 18°C. 5 g/L. Experiments with the HCG protein were performed using latex suspensions at a concentration of 10 g/L. In the latter case, two different procedures were employed. In a first series of experiments, the two sensitized latexes were mixed simultaneously with HCG proteins, homogenization of the system being effected by gentle tumbling performed twice before the onset of perikinetic aggregation.

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Z2(x)/z2 = (2/3) w(x)/w (5) where z and w are the exponents of the temporal variations of S(t) and N(t) derived from simulation studies of homocoagulation. The value of the exponent z(x) of the temporal variation of S(t) is given by: z(x) = zxk (6) where k, always smaller than 1, depends only on the nature of the process. Therefore, assuming the efficiency of collisions P(θ) to be correlated with the kinetics of aggregate growth, P(θ) is expressed by a power law of the surface coverage. Three extreme situations can be envisaged [24,25]: 1.

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