cofactor

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cofactor a substance (as a coenzyme) that must join with another to produce a given result
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Usage


In news:

The team found that HEPD doesn't need cofactors to do its job, unlike most other dioxygenase enzymes .
Cofactor Genomics Offers Intrepid Bioinformatics' Genomic Viewer for Bovine Exome Capture Product.
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In science:

The higher cofactors s(r,q) (h) of h satisfy similar properties like the usual cofactor transformation of h which was discussed above.
On some algebraic identities and the exterior product of double forms
For each k , 0 ≤ k ≤ n , the first variation of the integral RM s2k (B )dvol is up to a multiplicative constant, the integral scalar product ht2k (B ), B i , where t2k (B ) is the cofactor transformation of B as above, see for instance .
On some algebraic identities and the exterior product of double forms
Next we are going to prove similar results for the higher cofactors s(r,q) (h) .
On some algebraic identities and the exterior product of double forms
Using the same procedure of cofactors as in the previous section we obtain several Newton transformations of R .
On some algebraic identities and the exterior product of double forms
For each r , 0 ≤ r ≤ n , the gradient of the Riemannian functional RM h2r (R)dvol at g , once restricted to metrics of unit volume, is equal to T2r (R) , where T2r (R) is the h2r (R) cofactor of R as above, it is known in geometry as the Einstein-Lovelock tensor, see .
On some algebraic identities and the exterior product of double forms
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