American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. In Judeo-Christian and Muslim traditions, the day at the end of the world when God judges the moral worth of individual humans or the whole human race. Also called Day of Judgment.
- n. A day of reckoning or final judgment.
“Potential downstream in-frame initiation codons are indicated in red font, and the surrounding nucleotide sequence is shown beneath, with 'atg' in boldface.”
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