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Programmed cell death protein 5 interacts with the cytosolic chaperonin containing tailless complex polypeptide 1 (CCT) to regulate [sz]-tubulin folding.
1324, November 1943, 'Comments on design of a tailless glider with swept forward wing.
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works is designing a tailless flying wing that will integrate hardware and software from the company's F-35 joint strike fighter and RQ-170 Sentinel aircraft.
On May 14, 2013, the X-47B was the first unmanned, tailless aircraft to catapult launch from an aircraft carrier, the USS George H.
TAILLESS PARROT: A tailless parrot in Azerbaijan which makes for himself a tail from the paper by cutting it with its beak amazes.
Now that we've demonstrated we can successfully launch, maneuver and land a large, tailless, unmanned aircraft onto an aircraft carrier, we've proven that the technologies and concept of operations are effective," said Capt.
The Navy envisages the tailless plane playing a central role in all air wings aboard carriers, which currently rely on manned fighter jets and helicopters.
A few aerodynamic profiles used at tailless airships are represented in Figure 1.
The unmanned aircraft's specifications are impressive; shaped like a bat, tailless, and bearing a wingspan of 62 feet, the X-47B was designed to be a long-range vehicle that could operate at a ceiling of 40,000 feet at a speed classified as high subsonic--that's more than 600 miles per hour.
the tailless, unmanned aircraft launched from Pax River and flew for a planned 35 minutes.
Based on this evidence, we hypothesized that, in general, Coleonyx with tails should have an advantage over tailless geckos in escaping from predators.
Biju, has named the new family Chikilidae, which means Caecilian in Garo, the local tribal language-consisting of tailless burrowing caecilians that evolved separately from other caecilian species more than 140 million years ago.
The comet was described by Garradd as a tailless object with an approximately circular coma of diameter 15".
There also have been instances of donkeys born tailless, which is surely helpful when faced with children and pins.
Finally, chapter 4 addresses not only the tailless design of Northrop's XP-56 but also the company's construction components and techniques.