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Polyethylene glycol

polyethylene glycol

(Science: chemical) A hydrophilic polymer that interacts with cell membranes and promotes fusion of cells to produce viable hybrids. Often used in producing hybridomas.

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from msc I thought you might find this interesting, since polyethylene and fiber optics and silicates was found in two women by dr. staninger. ... was positive for chromosal aberrations in mammalian cells. it is ethylene glycol dimethacrylate. used in microgels and cause swelling. look into website ...

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Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:48 am
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