Among whites, the gender differences in Table 1were statistically significant (p <.05) exceptfor BMI and unintended weight loss.
Non-denatured protein was prepared with the same procedure exceptthat SDS was omitted from the buffers and that the samples were not heated.
Division of the corrected GFP-myosin-II image by the corrected NLS-GFP image yielded ratio images with pixel intensities that are proportional to local myosin-II concentrations (exceptin the region occupied by the nucleus).
Materials and Methods Animals and tissue collection C3H/He mice, wild type (+/+) at the rd locus, were originally obtained from Dr. Michael Menaker at University of Virginia and then maintained as a breeding colony in ventilated environmental compartments within a temperature-controlled animal facility (24 -25°C) on a 12 hour light:12 hour dark cycle (LD), exceptas noted.
Starting in April 1999, cable companies will be able to set their own rates, excepton "basic tier" service (the no-frills menu of broadcast and public-access programming).
But in general, when a marriage dissolves, each partner is considered to own everything he/she brought into the marriage, while all assets obtained during the marriage (exceptby inheritance) are considered joint property.
Notably, for those critical amino acid residues within the α helical regions of the finger described above, they are identical at all corresponding positions between the first and second zinc fingers of the ZAS-N and ZAS-C domains exceptat position 3 of the first zinc finger (Val in ZAS-N; Met in ZAS-C) and at position 2 of the second zinc finger (Ser in ZAS-N; Gly in ZAS-C).
Modes were used in the MG approach, as described previously [ 40 ] , exceptwith the BK-m comparison where the median was used because of the small number of proteins.
Then it was denounced as ineffective by activists, after larger studies showed that, when taken alone, the drug offered little exceptto the sickest people.
(Read the rest of her review , and read exceptsfrom the book here courtesy of the New York Times [requires free registration].)
Visitors are allowed in (exceptduring services) between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to appreciate its quiet grandeur.
Because T701-Myo1c mimicked properties of the full-length protein (exceptunder low-temperature, high-Ca 2+conditions), we exploited the neck-tail construct for a more detailed analysis of calmodulin binding.
Under current law, such expenditures must be publicly disclosed, and corporations and unions are forbidden to make them (exceptthrough PACs, which raise money from employees and members ostensibly on a voluntary basis and have their own set of financial limits).
Only patients with a performance status of 2 or less and no organ failure [less than grade 2 according to the World Health Organization (WHO) grading system] could enter the study, exceptif organ failure was related to the leukemia itself.
Though it is no Iliad , all young spellers know the rhyme mnemonic I before E Exceptafter C Or when pronounced A As in neighbour and weigh so well that they are destined chronically to misspell seizure .
Exceptamong the Orthodox, it has been thoroughly transformed into a major festival.
You are not thrilled at the prospect of a new bunch of utility companies calling you at dinner time to offer you their special one-time-only package of cut-rate prices for customers who turn on their air conditioning only after 8 p.m., never run the clothes dryer exceptbetween 10 a.m. and noon, and use only fluorescent bulbs?
After that there is nothing of note, exceptof course the lava fields and views, until you rejoin the main road at Fuencaliente.
It was because the charismatic in music is genuinely awe-inspiring, and to watch the violist trek across Schnittke's barbarous Russian landscape was like watching humanity and inhumanity in ferocious battle, waging every grand and noble struggle that we associate with the 19 th -century violin concertos, exceptwithout any of the reassuring triumphalism that, among 19 th -century composers, was indistinguishable from a finale.
The Mediterranean Coast West of Alexandria, civilization gives way to empty desert exceptalong the coast, where the late 1990s saw a building boom.
Our election process is so arduous, and the odds of triumph are so low, that no one would endure it exceptout of some combination of self-obsession and self-delusion.
Regional council parks and forests strategy and marketing manager Susan Edwards said the public couldn't be stopped from walking along the riverbank, exceptwhile cameras were rolling.
Each State Party shall ensure that any statement which is established to have been made as a result of torture shall not be invoked as evidence in any proceedings, exceptagainst a person accused of torture as evidence that the statement was made.
You may not assign this agreement exceptupon our prior written consent.
There are no motorways or autobahns exceptaround major cites but even then, the speed limit is 100 km.
She teaches him Greek and anything else he cares to learn - exceptthenameof his father.
One of the ways it asserts this attempted integration is to believe the individual thoughts that pass through our minds (scientists concerned with thoughts and consciousness say a thought passes through in around 20 seconds, and that a new one occurs at least as often) are connected to each other, although they are not--in fact--connected by anything excepttheassertionof their connectedness.
Sender: owner-pqlist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Dear Bruce >I withdraw on everything exceptthebitabout the failure of 'democracy'- >which you said you could not, despite your Masters degree, translate into >English.
The most widely known of Rome's structures, but not built in Asterix's time (it was built in 80AD) so didn't feature in any of the stories (exceptthebookof the film, Asterix vs Caesar.
Trappers in the American West noticed this, over a century ago, probably while hunting wild horses, and invented the expression to hightail it , to leave in a hurry, to make a fast gataway.” Everything is plausible exceptthebusinessabout trappers: the expression could just have easily originated in the parts of America settled earliest, for deer exhibit the same behavior (and, indeed, their tails are called flags for that very reason); also, deer, antelope, and many other animals in Europe have “hightailed it” for centuries.
Admittedly, exceptingthecaseof greatest hits compilations, most popular Western music CDs provide the lyrics (if any) of the music.
Not to imply that the Katz would threaten murder to get published in the Washington Post : To the best of my knowledge, he hasn't maimed or killed anyone exceptthecharactersin his "Suburban Detective Mystery" series-- Death by Station Wagon , The Last Housewife , The Father's Club , and The Family Stalker .
Well, partly it's because the world keeps offering us more and more choices--exceptthechoiceof lengthening the day.
There are not many places on earth where somebody can just go and take over a piece of real state withouth paying anything (exceptthecostof getting there) and withouth finding natives that later on would claim the land back.
The rest of my Cook vacation was spent in R & R exceptajauntup to Gardiner Hut on the Hooker only to find my shins were still too tender.
On the down side, Newsweek 's David Ansen writes, "Clever as parts are, Go doesn't add up to much," and several other critics agree (Peter Rainer of New York magazine says, "There's nothing much to this movie exceptalotof funky attitude").
There is nothing else for you to find exceptthepeaceof God, unless you seek for misery and pain.
The designs (click here for samples), which included images based on Delft pottery, Chinese calligraphy, Japanese waves, and a Polish cockerel (but not British fish and chips--a design glorifying the national dish was rejected by BA), were popular with everybody exceptthepeopleat home, according to London's Sunday Times .
Emperors, exceptingtheperiodfrom the late 19 th century to the end of World War II, have yielded little if any power in Japanese society.
Prof Brennan cannot explain this large difference, exceptthepossibilityof methodological variations.
Delegation of Chief Archivist's powers -The Chief Archivist may from time to time delegate in writing any of his powers under this Act, exceptthepowerof authorising the destruction or disposal of public archives.
Sometimes everything in the recipe can be right excepttheproportionof the ingredients.
"There was no other reason exceptthesafetyof travellers."
Division of Integers is similar to division of whole numbers (both positive) exceptthesignof the quotient needs to be determined.
Once you are here there is little to disturb you exceptthesoundof the birds and the sea.
You see, the way this thing works is if someone bids $100 and someone else bids $5, the low bid takes it--can that be right?--but in some sophisticated way that makes it great for everyone exceptthestaffof Salon .
The access seeker would then be free to determine every functional service quality element of the package (exceptthestateof the raw copper).
Have you never told your middle name to anyone (excepttheteachersat school)?
Exon and intron positions among Runx genes The gross structural features of the collected Runx genes, including positions of exons and introns (exceptingthoseupstreamof the proximal promoter of the vertebrate Runx genes - see below), are depicted schematically in Figure 1(see also Supplemental Table 2and Supplemental Figure 1).
Put all the ingredients exceptthewalnutsinto a large preserving pan and bring to the boil.
It must not extend outside the exhibitors site exceptthatairspaceabove a site may be used.
ExcepttheWordof God beareth witness in this matter, other testimony is of no value.