Since future improvements in life expectancy may be limited [ 32 ] , the greatest advances may be madeby improving people's YHL.
She often has a drawing or craft project which she madein school.
A similar observation has been madefor the nAChR where γS111, γY117, γL119, δR113 and δT119 of the mouse nAChR receptor and γL109 and γY111 of the torpedo nAChR are all thought to be present in the binding site [ 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ] .
The third output file, group_files.txt, contains the group name, name of each sequence in the group, and the percent that each group makesof the total.
Any changes madeto the data become available to the public on the next day.
The same sample madefrom mixing VO 2+-ATP and sCD39 was incubated at room temperature for 30 minutes, then the VO 2+-EPR spectrum was generated as shown in Figures 4cand 4d.
It is intriguing to note that reduced BrdU incorporation is particularly detected in developmentally older animals where the vertebral centers are madeup of a larger number of cells, reflecting a longer duration since commitment of the precursors to chondrocyte fate.
The diagnosis of HF is generally madeon the basis of signs and symptoms that may overlap with those of other cardiovascular and pulmonary pathologies.
While excluding data does not affect the nominal value of P for each comparison madewith a t-test or rank sum test, it significantly reduces the estimated false detection rate (see t-Tests and SAM below).
If mistakes are madeat this stage, it is not possible to correct them later by using the most sophisticated analytical tools.
Cell-marking techniques had not been devised at the time, so inferences madeabout gastrulation movements or blastomere fate could not be tested experimentally.
The adults feel it, too - especially the single mothers who have accomplished something of extreme difficulty, changing their family's economic prospects on their own, in a country that still makesthat harder for a woman than for a man, while still filling all the roles that go with the blessed title of "mother."
Two injections of 5 μl each were madeinto each organ under visual control with the operating microscope.
These genes were madeas in frame fusion genes at the C-terminus of EGFP and cloned behind the Tet-responsive promoter in plasmid pTRE.
Statistical comparisons were madebetween CONT and SN50-treated E15 + 2 explants as described below.
These results indicate that photosystem I and II core complex proteins, which are synthesized in the chloroplast, compete effectively with LHCP for small amounts of Chl a madeunder these conditions, and that Chl b does not accumulate until sufficient Chl a is made to satisfy core complexes.
Corpus callosum extraction Because hemisphere weights were also dependent variables a cut was madethrough the longitudinal fissure that separated the two hemispheres, which then exposed the two halves of the corpus callosum.
Moreover, it is likely that the promoter recognition differs during different stages of transcription initiation [ 16 17 ] , and it is unclear what particular contacts are madeduring open and closed complex formation, and during productive versus abortive initiation.
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In the even set, a single error was madeover 96 donors in ten different test sets, identifying the 'tonsil' inlier in the earlier cluster analysis [ 1 ] as positive (Table 4).
Measurements of the amplified samples were madeafter the second round of cDNA synthesis and in vitro transcription, to limit the loss of sample.
After lunch, Nader will be given a sneak preview of Windows 98, to be madeout of safety glass.
Decisions regarding inclusion of papers in a foreign language must be madebefore one begins attempting to locate studies.
Specific primers were then madeagainst this ORF and the 1578 base pair gene was cloned and confirmed by sequencing.
Regulation FD will work, though, only if it's followed up with a loosening of the rules on the kinds of public statements companies can makewithout fear of running afoul of either the SEC or minority-shareholder lawsuits.
Think of all the mischief Chairman Rangel (Ways and Means) and his unreconstructed colleagues could makeif freed from Republican constraint.
A series of 12 tetraphenylporphyrin derivatives madevia sulfonation of the 2-F, Cl and Br, the 3-F and Cl and the 4-F and Cl tetraphenylporphyrins was evaluated.
Soon he will return with his own project, independent of Hollywood's morons, and make the great movie that They have stopped him from makingsince the late '70s.
But in other industries, investment was madebecause it made sense, and not because of randomized controlled trials.
Peace negotiatrions were madeso that Kura Kaupapa would be opened.
Discussion Prospects for comparative gene prediction in Drosophila Although great progress has been madetowards understanding the protein-coding component of eukaryotic genome sequences [ 54, 55, 56, 57], comprehensive genome annotation is far from complete in any metazoan.
No further major changes were madeuntil the early 16th century when Carlos V decided to construct a Christian cathedral in the center of the mosque.
Prudie can imagine nothing more sad-makingthan to loathe one's job.
There is some exquisite work to be found, but be aware that with a decline in basket-makingthroughout the Bahamas, an increasing number of articles are imported from the Far East; most of these are at the cheaper end of the scale.
But before too much redistributive social policy gets madearound such results, it might be good to add a question to the survey: "Do you have a luxury sound system or a car less than two years old, or a luxury sound system in that car?"
Even the sourest old-timer, however, will admit that at least one man in the NFL is madelike they used to be: New York Jets coach Bill Parcells.
At the Los Angeles Times , it's the announcement (madewhile Al Gore was in Moscow on a state visit) that Russia has promised to stop making weapons-grade plutonium.
This step is a supervised step since there is an explicit effort to find correlations in the pattern of gene expression that match the classification one is attempting to makeamong the input examples (see Discussion for specific examples).
Three or four inoculations were madeper inoculum mixture on each of two plants.
To investigate these two processes, a small scrape wound was madeacross a confluent monolayer of primary dermal fibroblasts and the process of wound closure was monitored (Fig.
In retrospect, in fact, what's most interesting about that time is how little progress we've madetoward the kinds of things Malone assured us were just around the corner.
Apparently, armed services officials have successfully convinced lawmakers that U.S. defense equipment and troop quality are not keeping pace with the demands being madeupon them.
North Manitoba nickel and Labrador iron were replacing depleted resources south of the border; huge oil strikes were madenear Edmonton, Alberta, in 1947; a uranium reactor started up in Ontario in 1952; and hydro-electric plants mushroomed all across the country.
The papers generally agree on what was most noteworthy about the day's events in London: that the outpouring of English public emotion hadn't been matched since the end of World War II, that, with its engaged participation in the ceremonies, the royal family seemed to bounce back into public favor, and that Diana's brother's remarks were probably among the most frank ever madeinside Westminster Abbey.
Efforts can be madealong similar lines with the MOID algorithm in the future.
Fully professional, fully produced theatre has madeadifferenceto children like Becky, Stephanie, Marcus, Emily, and their classmates from across the state of Indiana.
Carlson uses this vignette to makethepointthat Bush has a long memory for slights, in this case the lethal injectee's accusation that he was caving to election-year pressure by signing her death warrant.
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For instance, Woodward madealotof Deep Throat smoking cigarettes, but I had the feeling that Deep Throat doesn't smoke."
We also madeanumberof simplifying independence assumptions in trying to calculate QRNA's parameters all from a single chosen amino acid substitution matrix.
But the paper points out that such fracturing was inevitable, because those first days of relative amity came at the expense of the senators' actually makingadecisionon witnesses.
By offering "electability" as his chief selling point, Alexander helped makethecasefor Bush.
That the strict grammarian Pat Boone madeapointof introducing his Fats Domino cover in concerts as "Isn't That a Shame"?
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I know this: I am about to make a movie that takes place in the '80s, and when you makealistof what the '80s were, you come down to a list of what they weren't: no cell phones, no color computers, no SUVs, no botox, no Starbucks, no Web sites, no 69, etc.
Michael Moore , the documentary filmmaker, has madeanamefor himself as a "professional gadfly."
The Post notes that in a subsequent FBI account of the Waco assault, Rogers madenomentionof the incendiary rounds.
Similarly to the issues described in the previous section, the detection of such examples is complicated by the fact that for many cases in which a discrepancy between orthology bootstrap values and sequence similarity exists, all sequences in the Pfam alignment appear to have to same function, the Pfam family is lineage specific, or the annotations are too poor/confusing to makeanykindof inference.
(I'd makethecasethat Eleanor had more in common with him than it appears.)
One way of encouraging them to do so is to make the cost of not spending higher than the cost of saving, which is to say makingacommitmentto inflation.
Eleanor's friends--even the lesbian ones--occasionally madethemistakeof falling for Franklin's easy charms.
Just increasing the attacker's odds of failure may makethedifferencebetween a plan attempted, or a plan discarded.
"I makeadecisionabout whether the person's work is qualified for publication."
Mr Francis said he would be makingasubmissionto the Fire Service Commission to retain the status quo.
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He managed to makeanappointmentwith Professor Haugen, who had called them modern.
Simply detach the bottom portion, check the option that applies, makeanychangesto your address if needed and send it in the enclosed envelope.
But I think it would be pushing things too far to makethesortsof changes Lemann hints at in his conclusion.
This makesatotalof $6.5 million, although it should be noted that this is likely to be less as some of the seeding funding has been spread over the term of the contract.
"Gillette, which in the past year has madeahabitof letting Wall Street down , did so again Thursday when it announced that sales in the next quarter would be lower because it was going to trim its inventory of razor blades .
Makingatransitionfrom one vendor to another today is difficult because of the lack of standards.
The opening frames show the Whitmans on a lush, picket-fenced green, makingnoapologiesfor what is obviously a life of privilege.
One respondent mentions "y'all," an excellent example--English used to makeadistinctionbetween singular "thou" and plural "you," but now only Southern varieties of English are capable of this distinction without resorting to circumlocutions.
But it makesamockeryof the whole thing too.
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Thirdly, she madeacomplaintto the Police.
In our study the shorter survival time after administration of sedation in patients who had madeanrequestfor sedation might be due to the fact that in those patients the medical indications and preconditions were considered more intensively while the underlying disease progressed.
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The comment at the bottom of this letter said the newspaper had decided to omit the names of the restaurants concerned, "because they wouldn't be known by respectable people outside the neighborhood," and madenocommenton the facilities they lacked.
Then, bursting into the doors, they thrust the heads into their laps, ordering them to makeacopyof them in pencil.
The first example, of a West African man being beaten up by a skinhead who didn't like the color of his skin, was only eclipsed in horror by the story of a man who had his head split in half and was "roasted" by a man who claimed the victim had madeapassat him.
We were very proud that our class stepped up and madeadifferencefor young deserving students -just like we were 20 years ago back in 1980!
To makeastarton this job, the street lighting could be installed this financial year.
"What NATO has done--faced with the atrocities of Kosovo--has been to stay on the other side of the road, to makeanoteof the criminal's address, and to throw stones through the window of his home later that night," he wrote.
For when grey hairs appear on the head of a changeling he is put out of the hill to maketherestof his way through the human world; which is why we see so many grey-haired beggars on the roads.
The WP cites an anonymous law enforcement official in makingtheclaimthat possible links between Ressam and anti-American militant Osama bin Laden are being pursued, and quotes an anonymous Clinton administration official, saying "this was not a run-of-the-mill operation ...
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3 on the New York Times ' paperback best-seller list, editor in chief Scott Dikkers appeared on Conan O'Brien's show, and the publication has signed a deal to makeaseriesof TV specials.
275: "Symbolic Logic" A federal judge has ordered Republic, Mo., to makeachangein its official city seal.