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Skeletal muscle was used for the purposes of this study, but any tissue can be used for the establishment of benchmarks depending on the specific interestsof individual labs.
Additional validations In addition to the aforementioned chloroplast and mitochondrion genomes, and of more interestto our research group, CoreGenes has been validated with virus genomes ranging in size from 35 kb to 330 kb (data not shown).
With the new formulation, also referred to as GEE2 or Alternating Logistic Regression (ALR), clustering can be treated as a parameter of intereston which we can perform hypothesis testing [ 18 19 20 ] .
Person-years of follow-up were computed for each cohort as the amount of time since the NHANES I examination to the date of the first of the following events: date of ICD-9 disease code of interestfrom the health care facility stay files, date of death from the NHEFS mortality file, or the last day of contact from the 1992 NHEFS vital status file.
GABAergic medulla tangential and amacrine cells are of special interestfor considerations of cross-column inhibitory interactions in the processing of visual motion information (see below).
The former 80% is a wrong summary number; the latter is an estimate of the quantity of interestwith a particular assumption about the missing data.
Some, such as John McLaughlin (PBS's McLaughlin Group ), George Stephanopoulos ( TW ), and Mark Shields ( CG ), think that the boy's father has his son's interestsat heart when he requests the boy's return.
The biotin moiety at the N-terminus was separated from the peptide sequence of interestby a 4 amino acid spacer.
CoreGenes graphical user interface The CoreGenes GUI contains three levels of data input/output, starting with an interface for the entry of two to five genomes via GenBank accession numbers (Figure 2) and ending with a display of the corresponding protein of interestas archived in the NCBI database.
These illness syndromes can be of interestbecause they might provide several days' advance warning of a serious problem, such as anthrax, and also because they make use of the large body of information in encounters for which no diagnostic testing is performed.
In theory, as well, we as journalists have an even stronger self-interestthan our corporate employer in establishing Slate 's reputation for journalistic integrity.
We will describe methods for filtering out both short and long period noise, aimed at emphasizing the periodicity of interestwithin the signal.
He described our political system as "a slow-motion coup d'etat of big money interestsover the public interest."
There is a growing interestamong policy makers in identifying preventive strategies for tackling chronic conditions.
It is of interestthat there are amino acids in both the carbon PM1 and the nitrogen PM3 plates.
Buchanan contends that Nazi Germany posed no real threat to America's vital interestsafter 1940 and that Franklin Roosevelt either bumbled his way into the world war or deceitfully conspired to get the country embroiled in a war it need not have fought.
Aside from the beautiful Masjid Tengku Tengah Zaharah, 41⁄2 km (3 miles) out of town, you’ll find most sites of interestalong the town’s waterfront.
Its strong walls safeguarded a vast arsenal used to protect Dutch interestsaround the known world.
A further group had appeared and claimed an interestunder the ancestor Hako, but was found to be a subset of the Marutuahu Confederation and was therefore covered by their proceedings.
In practice, it is efficient extract each day's visits of interestduring the succeeding night, thus making the information available within 24 hours of the patient encounter.
The ever-changing moods coupled with exceptional playing maintained interestthroughout, but the dismal background landscape was unrelieved.
The Victorian Public Record Office has a policy of appointment of regional centres for keeping archives of local interestthrough its Distributed Archival Network initiative.
Liberal politicians and editorialists, having warned Gingrich that he would be evading justice and creating a conflict of interestif he failed to pay the fine with his own money, accused him of evading justice and creating a conflict of interest when he agreed to pay the fine with his own money.
The Great Depression of 1929 stepped up ethnic competition in the shrinking job market, and nationalism developed to safeguard Malay interestsagainst the Chinese and Indians rather than the British imperial authority.
Since there is no dispute that Espy received some $35,000 worth of goods and bennies from parties with interestsbefore Agriculture and since some of those parties pleaded guilty to making illegal gifts, it's easy for the reader to wonder how the clean-sweep verdict was possible.
Let them collect interestuntil the day of reckoning when that political hero finally arrives to raise taxes and retire the debt.
Here you will also find other information of interestabout our beautiful country.
That number is added to today in a significant way: USAT 's lead editorial says Clinton should quit because "a president who puts his interestsabove the nation's cannot lead."
Recommendation: The current position of Director of Central Intelligence should be replaced by a National Intelligence Director with two main areas of responsibility: (1) to oversee national intelligence centers on specific subjects of interestacross the U.S. government and (2) to manage the national intelligence program and oversee the agencies that contribute to it.
Economic logic suggests that in the long run such countries, if they can put their inflationary histories behind them, have no business adopting the currency of a faraway country which will not take their interestsinto account.
You can understand viscerally why it's hard for workers to vote for their own interestswhile their friends remain in limbo.
Robin Williams personifies the modern father--feminized and juvenile, with no interestsbeyond his own children.
There is considerable interestamongst these groups in using optimization techniques in yacht design and performance analysis.
Emphasizing the global realities of overexpansion thus becomes a way for the Big Three to serve their own interestswithout seeming parochial.
Principle and InterestThistypeof mortgage requires you to pay the interest on the loan and an amount that goes toward reducing the original amount that you borrowed every time you make a payment.
The sector also has a number of international stakeholders, who have observed with great interestthechangesin public health.
The British Mandate Around the turn of the century Britain and other countries had noted with great interestthedevelopmentsin Palestine, and during World War I the British courted Jews and Arabs for help to get rid of the Ottoman Empire.
It seems redundant to point out that all offers I have made in the past to put Ashton-Tate on the right track regarding language (and manuals) have been ignored, though it is hard to say whether that is out of their arrogance, their ignorance, or their inability to read my letters.-- Editor ] I read with interesttheaccountof your experience with the Ashton-Tate word-processing program Framework III [ XVI ,4].
- -Prudie, conspirationally Dear Prudence, I read with interesttheletterfrom "."
Funding comes from the Road Safety Trust, which is awaiting with interesttheresultsof the twelve-month TravelWise programme.
I was as fast as--as lightning, you know.” When Alice objected, “But that's a different kind of fastness,” he replied, “It was all kinds of fastness with me, I can assure you!” I noted with interestthediscussionof the word bungee [XVIII,2].