direct cell

direct cell

[də¦rekt ′sel]
(meteorology)
A closed thermal circulation in a vertical plane in which the rising motion occurs at higher potential temperature than the sinking motion.
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The study is the first to report a method for generating Leydig cells by means of direct cell reprogramming.
Other small RNAs, known as piRNAs, direct cell machinery to stretch molecular hazard tape across DNA where transposons and other aliens settle.
These observations were correlated with direct cell observation under microscope (Fig.
The documents also contained the cell phone numbers of numerous officials in the Elysee presidential palace including the direct cell phone of the president, WikiLeaks said.
To electrically interconnect solar cells using ribbons or direct cell to cell contact, DB-1541-S9 has been developed.
The difference in labels prevents the use of clever lookup formulas such as VLOOKUE Instead, a typical approach would be to use a direct cell reference, such as=A1, to retrieve the value.
Transcription pathways are the means by which certain proteins that direct cell division are put into action by cells.
direct cell stress, direct mitochondrial impairment, and specific immune reactions.
To 'listen in' on a direct cell conversation, we developed a new approach of using electrodes to record groups of brain cells that were anatomically connected.
Direct cell counting methods with Petroff-Hausser counting chambers and morphological studies using fluorescent and darkfield microscopic techniques, as well as LIVE/DEAD BacLight Bacterial Viability Assay (Life Technologies Corp, Carlsbad, California), were utilized to assess the effect of the antimicrobial agents.
5 [micro]g) had significant zones of inhibition (2500 mm) no signs of growth inhibition was observed for EPs 7630, even at 10 mg/ml, indicating absence of any direct cell toxicity at the used concentration.