rearrangements love

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  • noun Plural form of rearrangement.

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Examples

  • They scanned the DNA of tumors taken from six patients with breast or colon cancer, looking not for tiny DNA changes, but what they call rearrangements in large sections of the genome of tumor cells.

    New Test Genetically Fingerprints Tumors

  • They scanned the DNA of tumors taken from six patients with breast or colon cancer, looking not for tiny DNA changes, but what they call rearrangements in large sections of the genome of tumor cells.

    New Test Genetically Fingerprints Tumors

  • Many of the short-term proposals do, in fact, through administrative improvement actually provide what state Health Commissioner Dr. Nirav Shah calls "real reforms" -- which is to say, rearrangements that benefit patients even as they save money.

    Chris Norwood: Medicaid Reform? Try Harder

  • (Actually, based on the fact that any "rearrangements" would probably be "works for hire," they might fall under the 120-year corporate copyright term.)

    Guile of the Dead

  • (Actually, based on the fact that any "rearrangements" would probably be "works for hire," they might fall under the 120-year corporate copyright term.)

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • They found more than 21,000 mutations - like spelling mistakes - in the seven tumours as well as more than a 100 "rearrangements" where whole sections of DNA have broken free and reattached to other parts of the genome.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The test identifies tumour DNA "rearrangements" which are specific to the individual patient.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Budde wrote that alterations to the network might include a "longer rollout period" for fibre-to-the-home and unspecified "rearrangements" of the draft heads of agreement between network architect NBN Co and Telstra.

    iTnews Australia

  • It is technically challenging to isolate intact chromosomes from these tumours, he says, and the exact location and kind of rearrangements vary from person to person.

    Scientific American

  • Evolutionary events (such as rearrangements, selection pressure) are important factors which result in compositional variation along the sequence.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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