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detect

[di′tekt]
(communications)
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Intended as a research tool, the T790M quantitative mutation assay detects the presence of a mutant thymidine base in a background of normal cytosine bases at position 2369 of the EGFR gene.
With the data warehouse, Christensen said, investigators will be able to detect even more fraud and overpayments.
The device that he and his colleagues are developing could quickly detect specific pathogens, such as those that cause respiratory infections or food poisoning, without the need for time-consuming culture techniques.
The 900-kilogram robot is powered by an engine or by remote control to detect antipersonnel mines, antitank mines and blind shells (shells that contain no charge or do not explode).
This is because there is always a chance that valid traffic will match the characteristics the IDS uses to detect attacks.
For instance, detectors only check for gamma radiation and can't always detect sealed sources.
Is there a test to detect silicone in the body or to determine whether an individual is sensitive to silicone?
The AICPA auditing standards board's reexamination of the auditor's responsibility to detect errors and irregularities, as described in SAS no.
Already, the results are promising, but we have to still increase our effort to try to detect real Earth-mass planets on tight orbits, as proposed by Doug Lin.
Over four years of research and pilot studies by scientists at Fairway and The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) indicates the system can detect breast cancer tumors potentially as small as 2 millimeters, five time smaller than most malignant breast tumors detected currently.