run a temperature

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run a temperature

To have an abnormally high body temperature (a fever), which is indicative of or caused by illness. Dan: "How's Pete feeling?" Marshall: "Well, he ran a temperature last night, but he seemed a lot better this morning after some rest." I think I've started running a temperature. Maybe I should go lie down.
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The unit allows users to run temperatures up to 280[degrees]C, which is said to be important in high temperature applications and allows automatic testing of the behavior of the material under changing temperature and time conditions.
We first performed D-HPLC using the temperature indicated by the Wavemaker software; we then modified the run temperatures in 1[degrees]C steps.
A large spectrum of run temperatures must be used with large DNA fragments and with DNA fragments that have several melting domains with different temperatures (9); several software packages are available to calculate the optimal D-HPLC conditions [see, e.