It is therefore plausible that a "C-terminal core domain" existed first, which was subsequently duplicated several times giving rise to the four identified protein families, and which has been well conserved because it deserved a common enzymatic function, at the oppositeof the N-terminal divergent regions.
For genes selected as either increased or decreased in a particular RCCa subtype both samples had to show concordance in their fold-change and difference call, and both samples from the other subtype had to have a difference call of no change (NC) or a call that was oppositeto that of the first subtype.
The new Whitney, run by a dapper fuddy-duddy named Maxwell Anderson, who came from the Art Gallery of Ontario, is just the oppositein almost every respect.
Oxymoron means a phrase that contrasts oppositesfor a literary effect, e.g., a deafening silence.
He believes it shows the oppositebecause it assigns prostitutes to all the abuses that are connected to prostitution.
Oppositeon Padang Pahlawan (Bandar Hill) a sound-and-light show is held in the evenings, following the tradition of turning history into entertainment to draw the crowds.
It is a challenge to stay with difference and allow for the natural process of integration to happen; the holding of two oppositesat the same time, to endure the tension of the paradox.
21 and 203. oxymoron Not a name for dumb cattle, but a rhetorical device that couples oppositesinto descriptions effective for their irony: cold as hell, honest as a politician.
You can view it from the building oppositebefore going behind the temple to see the sacred bull, stained deep vermilion by the libations of its worshippers.
For me this race was quite odd, all week in practice I was fine on the course, and feeling good, quite the oppositefrom the previous weeks where I had felt unwell.
According to Meikle, there is no evidence that Type O is the earliest blood type--quite the oppositesince A and B occur in chimpanzees.
The two campus archetypes were considered to be such polar oppositesthat the word knurd emerged.
Casey J acknowledged that the position would be the oppositeif the offence were to be tried summarily, because of section 67(8), which will prevail over the provisions of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act where there is plain inconsistency.
Oppositetheentranceto the ruins is access to the most southerly beach on the main strip, Playa Delphines.
Oppositethedoorto the Sundari Chowk stands a stone Krishna temple built in the Indian shikara style.
This photograph has been taken just south of Foxton, oppositetheendof Newth Road on SH1.
On the inside of the corner oppositetheentranceof Oriel Avenue.
A small roosting pond has also been built oppositethegaragebehind the house where a pair of brown teal have successfully raised ducklings over the last two years.
If you arrive on the island by ferry from the mainland, you’ll be dropped off directly oppositetheheartof the downtown area, Plaza del Sol, also called the zócalo.
The French War Memorial on the coast road stands oppositeamonumentto Gandhi.
Across the road, directly oppositetheparkof the stelae, stood a spacious walled compound containing two churches - one old and the other obviously much more recent.
After work they took a surfboard down to Duders' Beach oppositethepubfor a play in the water.
This special prayer session was part of the eight-day annual Great Prayer Festival that began today at the Tsuglhakhang, the main Buddhist cathedral oppositetheresidenceof the Dalai Lama.
Reserve located oppositethebaywith a Band Rotunda, skateboard area and play ground.
From Tampaksiring the road oppositetheturningto Tirta Empul twists through villages that specialize in the mass production of woodcarvings.