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  • n. Plural form of array.


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  • Insulate the flue where the pipes carrying the water heated by the solar arrays from the roof to the storage tank located in the building basement.

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  • The UC substrate for growing CNT arrays is a multilayered structure with a sophisticated design in which a composite catalyst is formed on top of an oxidized silicon wafer.

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  • Right outside of their doors is one of those choreographed fountain arrays, and as I was walking by them towards the comics shop, a familiar orchestral arrangement stopped me dead in my tracks.

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  • Methods, sensitivity and dynamic range of the expression arrays could partly account for the observed noise, but we did not find a correlation between absolute gene expression level and ratio of expression difference for genes overlapping CNV regions (data not shown).

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  • However, when I added one of these countries Burkina Faso with a dot to the country and name arrays and tested the game, something strange happened

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  • There you see mid -- right in the dead center of your screen, that, I believe, is Joe Tanner (ph) as he continues the process of getting ready to unfurl those big solar arrays, which is the front and center part of this mission to space.

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  • New England Journal of Medicine that they could predict the course of a patient's lung cancer using devices called expression arrays, which log the activity patterns of thousands of genes in a sample of tissue as a colourful picture see above.

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  • Previous studies using computational methods combined with high throughput experimental data-such as deep sequencing or tiling expression arrays-have successfully identified novel miRNAs To date, we have exhaustively sequenced the small RNAome of over 100 human samples derived from various organs of the female reproductive system in both diseased and normal states, including ovarian samples (both normal epithelium and ovarian cancer), endometrial samples

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  • Furthermore, other "omic" platforms (e.g. expression arrays) could be use to further reduce the list of candidate genes and refine the region

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  • Transporting the arrays is a pretty tall order in itself.

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