borm


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borm

(bɔːm)
vb (tr)
dialect Midland English to smear with paint, oil, etc
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Este metodo de camuflaje crea una capa o envoltura protectora hidrofila alrededor de la nanoparticula, otorgandole capacidad de absorcion de proteinas como opsonina, a traves de fuerzas de repulsion esterica, bloqueando y retrasando el proceso de opsonizacion (Kumari et al.; De Jong & Borm).
Orden de 9 de abril de 2015, de la Consejeria de Educacion, Cultura y Universidades, por la que se modifica la Orden de 14 de mayo de 2013, de la Consejeria de Educacion, Formacion y Empleo, por la que se regula el programa de ensenanza bilingue en centros de educacion secundaria de la Region de Murcia y se aprueban las bases reguladoras de sucesivas convocatorias de seleccion de centros (BORM 14 abril 2015).
It is important to note that the differences in toxicity originating from free nanomaterials, biodegradable, or bound nanomaterials needs to be understood (Borm and Berube, 2008).
Borm, "Drug delivery and nanoparticles: applications and hazards," International Journal of Nanomedicine, vol.
Borm et al., "Calcium and ROS-mediated activation of transcription factors and TNF-[alpha] cytokine gene expression in macrophages exposed to ultrafine particles," American Journal of Physiology, vol.
Without being exhaustive, the definition provided by Borm is satisfactory since it refers to the many aspects involved in this form of writing: "any narrative characterised by a non-fiction dominant that relates (almost always) in the first person a journey or journeys that the reader supposes to have taken place in reality, while assuming or presupposing that author, narrator and principal character are but one or identical" (2004, 17).
After only a few decades of research in nanotechnology and nanoscale science, nanomaterials are now widely used in electronics, biomedical, and pharmaceutical or drug delivery (Bhushan, 2010; DeJong & Borm, 2008; Lane & Kalil, 2011; Murday, Siegel, Stein, & Wright, 2009; Roco, 2004; The Royal Society & the Royal Academy of Engineering, 2004; Wang, Wang, Chen, & Shin, 2008).