Replicate


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Replicate

To duplicate, copy, or repeat; to reproduce in the likeness of the original.
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Attunity Replicate enables organizations to accelerate and reduce the costs of distributing, sharing and ensuring data availability for business operations.
It puts an end to time consuming manual assessment of replicate sample electropherograms.
An important distinction between Trojan horse programs and true viruses is that Trojan horses do not replicate themselves.
Polymorphic virus A virus that can change its byte pattern when it replicates, thereby avoiding detection by simple string-scanning techniques.
Day commissioned Crenshaw Lighting to replicate chandeliers that hung from the original 15-foot-high ceilings based on research into historic patterns and the recollections of long-time tenant Jim McKinnon of Cotswold Industries.
To determine the effect of the extractions on the precision of the results, replicate extractions must be performed.
The two level factorial points for the half replicate were selected by the identity:
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While Watson and Crick's discovery of the complementary nature of the bases inside the DNA double helix immediately suggested a mechanism by which DNA could replicate, it did not suggest how this molecule ultimately dictates the nature of all proteins present in the cell (Watson and Crick 1953).