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n. the buttocks; the rear (end). (From the name of the device that joins the axle to the driveshaft in motorized vehicles.) You’re walking like there’s something wrong with your differential.
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The results confirmed induction of the cin operon and identified 11 genes differentially regulated in stationary versus exponential phase.
Proteins that are differentially present in two or more samples are candidate biomarkers for disease, toxicology or drug-responder status or may indicate pathway information.
The Vector Lite is similar to the Vector PRO, but is capable of receiving differentially corrected data from only SBAS -- not from beacon stations.
Building upon its patented core technologies, AlphaGene has developed an integrated platform that includes gene arraying on biochips thereby identifying differentially expressed genes in disease or other cell states.
This patent covers the use of GeneCalling to directly identify, by database lookup, differentially expressed genes.
This press release contains "forward-looking" statements, including statements related to the identification of differentially expressed genes and the potential success of collaboration arrangements, the addition of new collaborations and agreements, Lynx's performance of its genomics discovery services for current and future customers and collaborators and the expansion of Lynx's commercial applications of its technologies.
These studies suggest some genes may be differentially regulated by various estrogenic compounds and raises the possibility of specific genetic markers for some of the different EDCs that mimic [E.
The Vector ST is capable of receiving differentially corrected data from land-based Coast Guard beacon stations and from Space Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS) such as the U.
The MAQC project observed intraplatform reproducibility across test sites as well as high interplatform concordance in terms of genes identified as differentially expressed," said Leming Shi, MAQC project director at the U.
However, genes were only considered as differentially regulated if the p value from four independent experimental ratios was <0.
The differentially expressed genes include interesting classes of molecules such as cell surface receptors, enzymes and transcription factors, which are not only biologically interesting, but are 'druggable' targets.
Zarbl's group is studying rat strains with different susceptibilities to mammary carcinogenesis to help identify which differentially expressed genes are related to the mechanims of sensitivity.
The parties expect that the genomic information generated through this project will be freely accessible via the Internet, and the Web interface will provide tools for genome annotation, identification of differentially expressed genes and comparisons to microarray data.
This enhanced service offering greatly expands the number of microRNAs that can be globally analyzed for the discovery and analysis of differentially expressed genes in a range of biological systems.
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