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differentiate between (someone or something and someone or something else)

 
1. to recognize the difference between people or things in any combination. (Usually refers to two entities.) In your painting, I cannot differentiate between the costume of the figure in front and the flowers in the background. Can't you differentiate between Billy and his brother? I can't differentiate between a donkey and a burro.
2. to establish or create the difference between people or things. Why don't you paint in some highlights to differentiate between the figure in the foreground and the flowers in the background?
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differentiate (someone or something) from (someone or something else)

 
1. to recognize the difference between people and things; to tell the difference between people and things. How do you differentiate this one from that one? Can you differentiate Bill from Bob?
2. to make people and things different. I will differentiate this one from that one by painting this one red. The twins' mother used different-colored clothing to differentiate Bill from Bob.
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OP treatment accelerated gonadal differentiation in both females and males such that each differentiated at earlier developmental stages.
Engineered this way or simply taken from a tissue, differentiated cells from therapeutic clones should not be rejected by the immune system when they are used to treat the donor's own illness; instead, they have the better chance to become a new form of medicine, a tissue replacement treatment designed solely for the one person who donates the nucleus.
Among both these subtypes, approximately two thirds (13 of 19) contained some poorly differentiated areas.
Types of stem cell-derived differentiated cell types used/plan-to-use
The absence of EGF had no effect on the ability of the UROtsa cells to remain viable and differentiated once a high level of confluence had been attained.
By expanding our relationship to trusted IP partner status, Ikanos will be able to focus on developing their core differentiated value and leverage our physical IP portfolio to most effectively compete with larger companies and expand their global leadership position in the interactive broadband solutions market.
The final pathologic analysis identified residual nests of an infiltrating, moderately differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma.
In control rats with no differentiation factor added, none of the trapped cells differentiated and cell proliferation continued unchecked.
Researchers then differentiated the MLPC into cell types representative of the three germinal layers (e.
The First & Only Provider of Differentiated and Versatile Memory IPs
a biomedical company providing human cord blood stem cells as enabling, high-quality cellular tools for drug discovery and therapeutic research, announced today researchers at the University of Minnesota, using BioE's proprietary stem cell isolation technology, derived the company's Multi-Lineage Progenitor Cell(TM) (MLPC(TM)) from cord blood and differentiated it into lung cells responsible for making surfactant, a substance enabling respiration.
Target Discovery's Isonostic(TM) products are able to quantify protein isoforms created from both genetic mutations, including single nucleotide polymorphisms and splice variants, as well as isoforms formed from a much wider variety of post-translational modifications, which are not currently differentiated by existing clinical diagnostic products.
This provides for a highly differentiated service offering to customers, while reducing the complexity and cost of maintaining numerous 3PL relationships.
IP Unity has recognized the value of leveraging the network connectivity capabilities of our Service Delivery Gateway (SDG) to allow their internal development resources to focus 100% on creating differentiated service offerings," said Carrius CTO Randy Waters.
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