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  • n. Plural form of analog.


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  • Since much work with hypothalamic hormones and their analogs is being carried out in Latin America and Spain, my ability to communicate in Spanish and Portuguese has aided me greatly, and resulted in the formation of many beautiful friendships.

    Andrew V. Schally - Autobiography

  • My group synthesized several new classes of antitumor peptides such as LH-RH antagonists, somatostatin analogs, bombesin/GRP antagonists, GH-RH antagonists and targeted cytotoxic analogs of LH-RH, bombesin and somatostatin.

    Andrew V. Schally - Autobiography

  • Radiolabelled somatostatin analogs pioneered in Holland are now extensively used for tumor localization.

    Andrew V. Schally - Autobiography

  • However, the expression of these subtypes should be high enough to permit therapy with targeted cytotoxic somatostatin analogs synthesized by my group or somatostatin analogs labeled with various radionuclides developed in the meantime in Europe.

    Andrew V. Schally - Autobiography

  • The fact that few relevant clinical benefits have been obtained in patients with pancreatic, colorectal, prostatic, breast and other cancers treated with somatostatin analogs is due to a low expression of SST receptor subtypes

    Andrew V. Schally - Autobiography

  • In addition to tests in laboratories and rock yards, NASA conducts tests at sites around the world known as analogs because they simulate the moonscape and other extreme environments. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Until scientists can study Mars environments first-hand, the next best option is to study Earth environment "analogs" thought to closely resemble Mars. - latest science and technology news stories

  • 'SALMONLIKE CONUNDRUMS' -- Keying off President Obama's salmon comedy in the State of the Union address, the Examiner's Jonetta Rose Barras identifies analogs in the District's regulatory regime: The District has its own salmonlike conundrums.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Jan. 31, 2011

  • When averaged for the Northern Hemisphere, this result was also true for the other winters between 1991 and 2010 - the observed winter conditions of the recent two decades were warmer than the analogs constructed from the 1961-1990 historical data by an average of 0. 5°C (0. 9°F).

    The winter of 2009-2010: Could it have been colder?

  • Interestingly, comparison of the observed 2009-2010 winter to the analogs that have been constructed from the earlier period show a significant difference in temperature for our region and across much of the Northern Hemisphere.

    The winter of 2009-2010: Could it have been colder?


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