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- ‘This is an unusual example of a blocked phase transition (collapsed to monolayer form) inhibiting bioactivity.’
- ‘In this frequency range, one needs to minimize liquid water but sufficiently hydrate the sample for bioactivity, native conformation.’
- ‘In these studies extracts were prepared from gut tissue and assayed for insulin immunoactivity or insulin specific bioactivity, such as increased glucose uptake.’
- ‘All of the snake toxin types still possess the bioactivity of the ancestral proteins in at least some of the toxin isoforms.’
- ‘Krill oil is a complex combination of multiple active ingredients with synergistic bioactivity.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.