cog region

cog region

[′käg ‚rē·jən]
(biochemistry)
Any group of similar sequences of nucleotides that occurs in deoxyribonucleic acid molecules and may specifically be recognized by endonucleases or other enzymes.
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On Wednesday, September 13, Chief Charles Ramsey of the Metropolitan Police Department and Chair of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' (COG) Police Chiefs Committee will present the Report on Crime and Crime Control in the COG Region in 1999.
The 2003 West Nile Virus Response Plan (WNVRP) describes and coordinates efforts to control West Nile virus in the COG region.
The COG region saw 73 reported human cases last year (with seven deaths), up from a single case in 2001.
These results come from the newly released Report on Crime and Crime Control in the COG Region in 1999 presented today to COG's Board of Directors by Chief Charles Ramsey of the Metropolitan Police Department, Chair of COG's Police Chiefs Committee.
These estimations, carried out for the state of Texas as a whole and for each of its 24 COG regions and fifteen TNRCC regions, are in our report and compiled into Paradox V.