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  • In delivering his thesis for the 'agregation', he commanded the admiration of his audience; by turns aggressive, severe, ironical, eloquent, he reduced his adversary to such an extremity that, overwhelmed, he was not able to reply.

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  • 'agregation', he commanded the admiration of his audience; by turns aggressive, severe, ironical, eloquent, he reduced his adversary to such an extremity that, overwhelmed, he was not able to reply.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • Highly expressed proteins tend to have a lower agregation rate measured in vitro r=97, N=12.

    Public Rambling

  • Given the costs of miss-folding and agregation, the higher the number of errors in translation that might lead to miss-folding and agregation the higher the cost for the cell.

    Public Rambling

  • The number of proteins analyzed was small and the rates of agregation were obtained not always in the same conditions but it does fit with the translational robustness hypothesis.

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  • So, a clear hypothesis is that a computational measure that would sum a proteins' stability, tendency for agregation and designability should correlate with gene expression levels.

    Public Rambling

  • Recently, a joint venture of Knight Ridder, Gannett and Tribune has bought a 75 percent stake in Topix.net, a deal that valued the news agregation business at around $67M.

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  • While agregation has a value, his sensibility was fresh a few years back.

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  • As for myself, I was preparing to take the examination for the agregation of young women, in view of obtaining a teaching post.

    Pierre Curie

  • The exterior circle is an ioduret in a very loose state of chemical agregation; the attractive forces increase as we proceed towards the centre, where a well formed ioduret, or probably a true iodide of silver, is formed, which is acted upon by sunlight with difficulty.

    History and Practice of the Art of Photography

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  • Simone Weil was #1 in agregation

    September 18, 2008

  • In France, oui?

    September 17, 2008

  • a civil service competetive examination (ranking by grade for civil service/college admissions) egalitarian in theory

    September 17, 2008