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specific surface area

Biological Selection of Variant-Specific Surface Proteins in Giavdia lamblia

Detection of early phase specific surface appendages during germination of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia

The Importance of Surface Area and Specific Reactivity in the Acute Pulmonary Inflammatory Response to Particles

An attempt to define allergen-specific molecular surface features: a bioinformatic approach

Properties that Influence the Specific Surface Areas of Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers

Combining phage and staphylococcal surface display for generation of ErbB3-specific Affibody molecules

Specific Localization of Arabinogalactan-Protein Epitopes at the Surface of Maize Root Hairs

Mutations in specific I-Ak α2 and β2 domain residues affect surface expression

Lectin microarrays identify cell-specific and functionally significant cell surface glycan markers

The Fanconi anemia associated protein FAAP24 uses two substrate specific binding surfaces for DNA recognition

DNA probes on chip surfaces studied by scanning force microscopy using specific binding of colloidal gold

High-resolution profiling of homing endonuclease binding and catalytic specificity using yeast surface display

Mapping Region-Specific Longitudinal Cortical Surface Expansion from Birth to 2 Years of Age

Thirdhand Tobacco Smoke: A Tobacco-Specific Lung Carcinogen on Surfaces in Smokers’ Homes

Binding specificity of mannose-specific carbohydrate-binding protein from the cell surface of Trypanosoma cruzi

Use of the skin protection assay in experimental syphilis to assess protective immunity against a specific Treponema pallidum surface epitope

 

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The surface area of a particular substance per unit mass, expressed in m2 kg−1. It provides a measure of the surface area available for a process, such as adsorption, for a given mass of a powder or porous substance.

Subjects: Physics.


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