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STN

(SuperTwisted Nematic) A passive matrix LCD technology that provides better contrast than twisted nematic (TN) by twisting the molecules from 90 degrees to 180 and beyond. See LCD types.
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The images are displayed with the usual STN commands, and will automatically appear embedded in the transcript at the correct place.
STN is also introducing an enhanced version of its web-based service for non-professional searchers, called STN Easy, which will now provide access to 60 of STN's databases.
STn is expressed in numerous human adenocarcinomas, including ovarian, pancreatic, prostate, colon, gastric, and breast cancers.
The Middle East was STN's first major market outside of Europe.
"We welcome the opportunity to provide STN users worldwide access to additional CSA databases.
Users can access STN on the Web to search 18 million publicly disclosed nucleotide or protein sequences in the GAS Registry database derived from patents, journal literature, and GenBank.
These new appointments are the first of many which will change the face of STN.
According to CAS, the new capabilities in STN Easy for Intranets will enable information professionals to deliver additional value to their end users through new options that support a wide range of user preferences and expertise.
With the new version, searchers can choose whether to use the two assistants or to use the STN command language directly.
Another catalyst for this new channel boom is the political situation where the people recognise the need to express different views to the world, and what better way to do this than through TV?" says Mitja LovEiin, Sales and Marketing Director at STN Slovenia.
Among other new features, STN Express 6.01 will permit the launching of CAS Registry BLAST to identify sequence information in the CAS Registry database and then find related literature and patents.
Among the options introduced in the new version are tools for preparing reports and tables to present the information retrieved from STN International databases.