from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative capitalization of FLOX
- v. To add fluorine to liquid-oxygen rocket fuel
- v. To sandwich a DNA sequence between two recombinase binding sequences such as "loxP"
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simplified spelling of phlox.
Wwox Intron 1 in the same orientation as the pK-11 LoxP site in order to "flox"
The flowers Maggie had planted alongside the path—blue stasis, white flox, and dusty pink echinacea—flopped to one side, in one last burst of glory before the frosty nights set in.
They have taken an antibiotic of this kind and in the name of the substance there is often the words – flox or ox, i.e. ciprofloxacin, levofloxacin.
Pest or not, I like to see the sphinx moths around our flox in the summer.
After inspecting the cavalry, Sir Everard again conducted his nephew to the library, where he produced a letter, carefully folded, surrounded by a little stripe of flox-silk, according to ancient form, and sealed with an accurate impression of the Waverley coat-of-arms.
Later in the season come the larger and more brilliantly tinted flowers, the wild purple larkspur, the great yellow buttercup, and the lilac flox.
But the marvel of the group is an orange-colored blossom, of a most rare and singular fragrance, growing somewhat in the style of the flox.
Besides the above-mentioned flowers, we saw wild roses and buttercups and flox and privet, and whole acres of the wand-like lily.
After inspecting the cavalry, Sir Everard again conducted his nephew to the library, where he produced a letter, carefully folded, surrounded by a little stripe of flox-silk, according to ancient form, and sealed with an accurate impression of the
Rap1flox/flox MEFs by retroviral infection with the Cre recombinase.
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