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- v. Present participle of reprogram.
- v. Present participle of reprogramme.
- n. The process of changing the programming of a system or device
- n. The erasure and reestablishment of DNA methylation during mammalian development
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In past years, when it went over budget, the Corps shifted money from other projects to cover dredging, in what it calls "reprogramming."
The whole field of stem cell research and tissue reprogramming is very dynamic.
The $5.8 million that the District needs to buy the land was tied up in a "reprogramming" -
A few months ago, a team at Harvard succeeded in reprogramming cells using a virus that did not integrate into the cell’s DNA.
A more practical approach for people, Kyoto University researchers suggest, would be to use a technique known as reprogramming, where an adult's mature cells are coaxed into an embryonic stem-cell-like state and then eventually transformed into sperm.
TMC will begin notifying owners through its dealers today, and dealers will begin conducting the corrective reprogramming, which is expected to take approximately 40 minutes per vehicle, on February 10.
One promising technique known as reprogramming can cause a mature human cell from, say, skin to revert to an embryonic-like state.
This finding indicates "that environmental factors need little time to cause gene reprogramming, which is potentially associated with disease outcomes," investigator Dr. Andrea Baccarelli, assistant professor of applied biotechnology at the University of Milan, said in a news release issued by the conference's sponsor.
While I agree with your characterization of Sam the Scam as a thief, his "reprogramming" of STIP/RTIP/SDC funds allocated to Portland has no impact on the Sellwood Bridge.
Do we still need embryonic stem cell research, now that the new "reprogramming" of cells, (induced Pluripotent Stemcells, iPS), can use genes to "turn back the clock" on adult cells to make them seem like embryonic?
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