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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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To validate the microarray data, we investigated seven randomly selected RNAs (2 microRNAs, 2 lncRNAs and 3 mRNAs) which were identified to be differentially expressed after GCs administration using quantitative real-time PCR (qRT-PCR).
The remaining genes did not appear to be differentially regulated by [E.
Also overexpressed, though not differentially between the mouse strains, was the Krt8 (Keratin 8) gene (Figure 3C).
This paper identifies some of the complexities associated with assessing learning in today's workplace and presents empirical findings suggesting that different aspects of an organisation's training and development system are likely to differentially determine the extent to which either formal or informal learning is assessed.
In this study, we identified differentially expressed proteins using iTRAQ-based proteomic technology and constructed an interaction network for SV and PV with the aim to identify potential group proteins as markers to distinguish between SV and PV.
The SD7500 probe measures process pH differentially with three electrode sensors.
Since ovarian function in poultry exerts a direct impact on egg production [1], poultry breeding scientists usually focus on the ovary to study egg production, including examination of the main genes controlling egg production and also other related differentially expressed genes.
Routine methods were used to analyze the RNA-seq transcriptome of tree shrews in the treatment and saline groups, including preprocessing, fragment assembly, database annotation, differential expression analysis, gene ontology (GO) function classification, Cluster of Ortholog Genes (COG) classification, Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) pathway mapping, and analysis of GO functional classes and KEGG pathways enriched for differentially expressed genes.
In this study, we identified cold and heat induced differentially expressed genes (DEGs) in alfalfa leaves using annealing controlled primer-based (ACP) approach.
Net neutralityA is the principle that Internet service providersA and governments regulating the Internet should treat all data on the InternetA the same, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, website, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication.
A numerical study concerning the phenomenon of natural convection to laminar flow in a differentially heated square cavity filled with air is given in [3].
In the last years, diverse genetic studies have focused on the analysis of differentially expressed genes (DETs-Differentially Expressed Transcripts) or, in other words, genes expressed as messenger RNAs (mRNA) which differ in abundance among cell types or specific tissues, and which may be regulated by chemical, physiological, and environmental mechanisms (Liang and Pardee, 1995).
The company's sales in Asia are growing differentially higher than in other parts of the world and third party market estimates are for these consumption rates to continue for a long time.
As apples represent a major polyphenol source in Western countries, we studied differentially produced extracts (1-100 microg/mL): two from different apple juices (AEs), one from pomace (APE), and one peel extract (PE) on their potential to reduce DNA oxidation damage and induce antioxidant defense in Caco-2 cells.
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