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inserted

[in′sərd·əd]
(biology)
United or attached to the supporting structure by natural growth.
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On the other hand, inserted parts can be completely enclosed in resin, which conventional parts cannot.
5), and those with no experience in using an inserted method had reduced odds (0.
3] The third route is through a microcatheter that has been inserted into the round window niche.
In experiments aimed toward a veterinary vaccine against vesicular stomatitis, a contagious disease of horses, cattle and pigs, a gene from the disease-causing virus was inserted into vaccinia virus and used to protect cattle against infection.
In one recent French gene therapy trial, the randomly inserted DNA apparently activated a neighboring oncogene, causing a patient to develop leukemia.
Labels are inserted into the empty cavities while the tool remains tilted.
In other techniques, the inserted DNA does not become part of the chromosome and eventually breaks down or else integrates in positions where the gene gets turned off.
The PVI virtual insertion technology had previously only been seen in traditional broadcast applications, in which all viewers see the same inserted graphics.
During the Essure procedure, the device is inserted through the cervix into the fallopian tubes through a catheter that covers the guidewire, from which the device is then released.
The Avanzando con tu Familia coupons will be inserted into 4.