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  • n. Alternative spelling of path length.

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  • However, once the energy is absorbed at those wavelengths, the pathlength tends to suffer very little additional absorption of energy through the rest of the atmosphere.

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  • This is substanial and I believe is somewhat greater than what would occur with an atmospheric pathlength that is double the standard or the minimum.

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  • C inset: The pathlength (m) to reach the target platform of

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  • The Water Maze has non-spatial components such as swim velocity, latency or pathlength during acquisition and thigmotaxis as well as spatial components, such as spatially-selective search strategies during probe trials in which the hidden platform is removed

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  • CD spectra were recorded at 20°C in a JASCO J-600 spectropolarimeter using a 0.02 cm pathlength quartz cells with a protein concentration of 1.3 mg ml

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  • (A) Circular dichroism spectrum of recombinant latherin recorded at 20°C using a 0.02 cm pathlength quartz cell, and a protein concentration of 1.3 mg ml

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  • An average of 3 scans was taken and the data was converted to molar ellipticity units by using the formula [θ] = millidegrees/(pathlength in millimeters × molar concentration of protein × number of residues).

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  • Assume 1 OD of a standard 1ml solution, measured in a cuvette with a 1 cm pathlength.

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  • Mbnl1 −/− mice (white) displayed normal acquisition in the visible water maze task (pathlength (m), (effect of genotype x pathlength using 2-day blocks, repeated measures ANOVA, F (6,70) = 0.885, p = 0.42)).

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