The differences in the size of the regions are potentially important to a biologist, whorelies on QTL mapping analyses to determine regions for further study.
Static cell adhesion studiesrely on a number of factors including integrin affinity regulation, integrin avidity/clustering, and shear resistant cell shape changes.
Three of the companiesrelied on their chemical suppliers for advice about safer substitutes.
The utility of this methodrelies heavily on the quality of the kernel documents.
Thus, most pathogen detection systemsrely on nucleic acid amplification by using polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Normally, societyrelies on competition to keep prices low.
For example, it may prove possible to develop new gene therapies in which patientsrely upon drugs that can differentially activate gene expression, rather than having to rely upon a set level of endogenous expression of an introduced gene.
The Opponentrelied upon a prototype applicator and certain drawings thereof.
Typically, automated sequence function analysisrelies on pairwise sequence similarity and programs such as BLAST [ 6 ] or FASTA [ 7 ] .
While much of U.S. businessrelies on Asia for sales growth in the future, most important Japanese corporations have been relying on it for growth in the present.
In contrast, our approachrelies simply on the reconstitution of resistance to G418 and can be used to target transgenes to any genomic locus.
Futures for Childrenrelies on the generosity of individuals like you; by board policy, we do not accept government or United Way funds.
The NYT carries a front page story chronicling the immense success of firmsrelying on sweepstakes mailings to foist unwanted magazine subscriptions on the elderly.
Although early forays into electronic data managementrelied on mainframe computers, between 1988 and 1991 the company installed 45,000 cash registers equipped with microprocessors and storage capabilities.
Currently school successrelies almost entirely on having a dynamic principal and a supportive BOT.
Controllers at centersrely so heavily on transponder signals that they usually do not display primary radar returns on their radar scopes.
To minimize such oxidant damage, cellsrely on the production of nitric oxide (NO) by the enzyme nitric oxide synthase (eNOS).
The question now is to what extent can the publicrely on the health professions to be self-regulating in keeping with their public mandate.
An effective cervical screening programmerelies upon women having cervical smears regularly.
Turning a National Strategy into a Coalition Strategy Practically every aspect of U.S.counterterrorism strategyrelies on international cooperation.
The testrelies on the simultaneous analysis of numerous protein sequences that represent complete protein sets from sequenced genomes or partial protein sets from genomes of which a significant fraction has been sequenced.
Our analysis of the neurogenetic control of striatal cell populationsrelies on the combination of two complementary quantitative approaches.
New, incredibly popular "antibacterial" productsrely on fear to boost sales, yet are largely ineffective in fighting bacteria.
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As the groups obtained from cluster analysis are often used later on for prediction purposes, the approaches to these two problemsrely on and extend ideas from supervised learning.
All the sitesrely on essentially the same package of NWS data, satellite photos, and Doppler images, so they do have a certain laundry-detergent quality: same powder, different box.
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Even their current claims of almost 2 million membersrely on one-time petition signers and erroneous addresses.
The Trieste mental health centresrely on psychiatric leadership although they have organized the centres around interdisciplinary teams.
In the comparative modelling and fold recognition categories, the methodologiesrely on the presence of one or more evolutionarily related template protein structures that are used to construct a model; the evolutionary relationship can be deduced from sequence similarity [ 2 3 4 5 ] or by "threading" a sequence against a library of structures and selecting the best match [ 6 7 8 ] .
Traditional proceduresrely on the generation of transgenic embryos through micro injection of fertilized mouse eggs.
Occupations within the community services industryrely on funding from a range of sources, including government agencies and private contracts and grants.
The loss of high quality rural land to residential development could in the future compromise the ability of the district to support the extensive farming and horticultural industry on which much of the communityrelies.
Authoritiesrely on an 'assessment' of the biotech companies' own very limited data.
For centuries manrelied on them for his primary source of energy.
The NYT lead reports that some senior administration officials now say their case for attacking the Sudan facilityrelied on inference as well as evidence--a point the Times started raising within days of the raid and has pressed harder than anyone else.
The claim made was primarily in negligence, the appellantsrelying on the rule in Rylands v Fletcher  LR 3 HL 330.
In an indictment of the Spanish cell members dated September 17, 2003, the Spanish governmentrelies on three main points.
As the infrastructure of so many of our eventsrelies on the goodwill of our competitors, judges and officials, we need to make sure we encourage, rather than dissuade, their participation through the rules we put into place.
Farmersrely heavily on honeybees to pollinate crops, but new, specialized bees are quicker, more effective fertilizers.
Another, nationally aired series of advertisementsrelied on some wordplay achieved by wrongly stressing the first word of the name of a breakfast food whose pseudo-colloquial garble I will not dignify by quoting.
Some are highly speculative; othersrely strongly on literal interpretation of Old Testament prophecy, while others stress the spiritual - or sometimes historical - significance.
In particular PEL claimed that it required GGL to provide it with copies of documentsrelied upon in separate proceedings (in which GGL was attacking a PEL patent) before it could prepare its evidence.
In other words, pick your spots, while at the same time remembering that many service peoplerely on tips to get by.
[ 1 ] However, patient participation in health care decision-making may be compromised if physiciansrely solely on verbal communication to inform patients.
Tripp's defenserelies on three major points: (1) She alleges that her indictment is a political vendetta.
We determined that it would be nearly impossible to completely automate the processrelying solely on mathematical morphology.