ORF


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ORF

[ȯrf or ¦ō¦är′ef]
(cell and molecular biology)
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Clinicians should be knowledgeable about household risks and should be able to recognize signs of orf infection.
Orf (also ecthyma contagiosum, contagious pustular dermatitis) is caused by parapoxvirus, a double-stranded DNA virus.
Sahin said ORF executives wanted to open an office in Istanbul, and also said TRT could broadcast in German in case of any demand.
ORF has frequently exceeded its budget in previous years, a situation made worse by the economic downturn.
2000) and in general ORF appears to be currently the strongest CBM reading measure.
The predictors entered into the regression were all of the demographic and reading variables available to us that were deemed to be potentially relevant to child reading progress: race/ethnicity, SES, gender, school, chronological age, and Year 1 fall ORF score.
Not only do the lambs thrive better, but buyers look at the sale catalogues for lambs that have been vaccinated against orf," said Ashley.
Orf to 2 1/2 years in prison, a $20,000 fine to be paid to the tribes, and three years of supervision.
The 18-year-old will give her first TV interview this evening on the Austrian channel ORF.
Sequence analysis indicated that the tentatively named raven circovirus (RaCV) was 1898 nucleotides in size with 2 major open reading frames synonymous with other avian circoviruses, ORF C1 and ORF V1, likely to encode a putative capsid protein (Cap) and replicase-associated protein (Rep), respectively.
The competition between the ORF (MoCA) and the PRF (social work academics) is not absolute, and the boundary between the two fields is sometimes inter-penetrable.
Recent projects by maverick Viennese architect Gustav Peichl, best known for his iconoclastic ORF Studios.