uniporter

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uniporter

[′yü·nə‚pȯrd·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A channel protein that transfers only one substrate at a time across the membrane.
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Flexible Uniport architecture supports 1G, 10G, 25G, 40G, 50G, and 100G MAC speeds independently per port.
And with the development of technology in VATS, operating methods of VATS are evolving from four port to uniport.
15) We used a multi-port epidural catheter inserted only 4 cm in the epidural space; these catheters give better anesthesia and require less manipulation than uniport ones (4,5) and insertion to no more than 3-4 cm into the epidural space minimizes complications and the incidence of inadequate anesthesia, even in obstetric patients.
Na safra agricola de 2012, foi utilizado o pulverizador autopropelido Uniport 2000[R], com barra de pulverizacao de 24 m, bicos espacados em 0,5 m e pontas de pulverizacao na barra AXI 110 03[R].
There occur three different types of transport proteins; first type is the uniport transport pass, a single type of molecule down its concentration gradient, while symporters are cotransport proteins which allow the movement of both types of ions in the same direction outside to inside.
In October 2012, four Uniport (University of Port Harcourt) students were stripped naked, severely beaten and burnt alive by vigilantes for allegedly stealing BlackBerry phones and laptops.
These rules are similar to or simplified from the rewriting rules and uniport rules in a transition P system [1].
CAMERA DISPLAY Uniport D Uniport M Software IMF DDB App-Control DCS App-Data CSI-2 DSI-1 App-Data App-Data PIE Conf Transport UniPro 1.
Horsfall, Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry, University of Port Harcourt, Uniport P.
The University of Port Harcourt SIFE Team has since inception designed, developed and executed several projects with different partners (SIFE Uniport Annual Report, 2008).
The Uniport 10K fittings are available in steel, stainless steel, monel and brass in a wide variety of configurations and sizes from 0.