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SNP

[¦es¦en′pē]
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Catherine McGregor said: "When will the SNP begin to take responsibility and show some competence?
Behind the slick PR of the SNP machine is a party embracing rich men and the austerity that it publicly denounces.
Brown warned Labour supporters that the SNP wanted MPs at Westminster to force a second independence referendum.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has said she would try to help Labour leader Ed Miliband become Prime Minister if that happens.
It has been reported that sections of the SNP manifesto promising to support the North of England were added in an attempt to convince Labour MPs in the north to work with SNP MPs after the election.
Swings to the SNP in Labour-held seats ranged from 21% (Airdrie & Shotts) to 27% (Motherwell & Wishaw; Dundee West).
Here, the primers are designed to flank the SNP location and amplify the region regardless of the SNP allele.
In these circumstances, it seems likely there will be a minority SNP government.
These denser SNP sets, like those now available for the EGP project, will engender a second, indirect approach to association mapping.
P erhaps unsurprisingly the TNS System Three polls, commissioned by the SNP, consistently estimate a much higher share for the nationalists than alternative polling organisations - the last two TNS polls put the SNP on 23 per cent.
These are Illumina's first products for gene expression, a larger and more developed market than SNP genotyping that reflects the company's efforts to expand SNP applications and make its technology more accessible to the majority of research laboratories.
As part of the collaboration, GSK will select SNP candidates from Orchid's design database and Orchid will provide ultra high throughput genotyping.