Building work for Bootle New Strand
began during the 1960s and at the time helped completely change the face of the area.
Sequencing embodies the methodologic converse of existing, instrument-based indexing systems: Coding Strand
indexing reagents are distributed and anchored within singular nucleic acid samples, rather than samples being divided and distributed into indexes, concluded the company.
At each closing, Venaxis will enter into resale registration rights agreements with the Strand
LS shareholders participating in such closing.
Couneson, seen touring The Strand
shopping centre after the site's opening ceremony, October 3, 1968.
Life Sciences is a portfolio company of US health and life sciences fund Biomark Capital Partners.
thinning treatments viz without thinning (T1)
where [l.sub.pt]--transfer length; 0--strand diameter; [delta]--strand draw-in at the free end of a prestressed concrete member; [f.sub.ck]--characteristic compressive strength of concrete at the time of prestress transfer; [f.sub.pk]--characteristic strand
stress immediately before release; [E.sub.p]--modulus of elasticity of the prestressing strand
These Vericom lines of stranded
CMR speaker cable are very flexible, high-strand speaker wire that is constructed to withstand the stress of both residential and commercial distributed audio installations.
In his new role, Strand
, who will be a part of the company's senior management, will be responsible for marketing communications and customer service.
DNA can be thought of as a double stranded
helix that contains two strands
of coded letters, and certain strands
have a higher affinity to particular strands
pelletizers are among the oldest types of pelletizers and are generally considered to be the simplest.
In a departure toward more daring and encompassing categorisations, Strand
works to construct bridges of communication between the worlds of intimacy, activism, sociology, journalism and, most importantly, between art and humanity.
The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), is incredibly sensitive and efficient; one can produce millions of copies of a desired DNA molecule within a short period, even begins with only one strand
of the sequence.