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frt

Abbr. for “freight.”
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Na Tabela 1 sao apresentadas as medias totalizadas de FRT por etapa de chuva simulada e para cada tratamento, quando e possivel avaliar a evolucao do experimento.
The neonatal FRT is highly sensitive to estrogenic disruption during morphogenesis and cellular differentiation.
There are currently approximately 2,000 FRT real estate agent affiliates nationwide.
The epistemological argument maintains that if FRT is true, then we should know a priori that the referent of a name satisfies certain associated descriptions.
Participants: Thirty-two subjects with cervicogenic headache and FRT limitation were randomised into the C1-C2 self-SNAG or the placebo group.
While many economics journals publish with each article its acceptance date or the dates in which the initial and final versions were received, no economics journal I encountered publishes information about the FRT of each article published.
This is especially annoying since the reason for the long FRT is not that referees and editors need months to think about the paper, but that the paper waits months just to be read.
The long FRT in economics journals (often three to six months) seems unnecessary.
Suntory Limited (Osaka, Japan) has patented a DNA construct comprising: (1) a selective marker gene, (2) a galactose-inducible growth inhibition sequence, (3) a pair of FRT sequences in the same orientation flanking (1) and (2), and (4) a DNA fragment capable of recombining with a yeast chromosomal DNA located at each end of (3), wherein said FRT sequences contain the following sequence: 5'-GAAGTTCCTATAC TTTCTAGA GAATAGGAACTTC-3' (SEQ ID NO: 1) or a sequence substantially identical to said sequence.
FRT advocates offer Americans a sweet-sounding deal: sell your privacy for security.
Two copies of the FRT segments are arranged on a chromosome so that they bracket the unwanted gene.
The cost of an average plant through FRT is estimated at less than $10 million.