and/or wipe-off can be added to confuse the opponents.
Some are activators
, turning genes on and some are repressors, turning genes off.
In flotation deinking, a surfactant (typically a fatty acid or soap), an activator
(calcium), and the ink particles interact to promote attachment of ink particles to rising air bubbles.
Like a small green bin, it is buried in the garden so only the (child-resistant) lid is showing and a biological activator
She, however, favors a model in which the newfound RNA's attachment to NRSF/REST causes the protein to detach from the genes it represses rather than to change into a gene activator
inhibitor-1 is a major determinant of arterial thrombosis resistance.
Speech technology company 20/20 Speech has released its Aurix Activator
for Microsoft Windows-based PDAs.
The ERK-deficient JB6 cells are characterized as deficient in inducible activator
protein-1 (AP-1) transcriptional activity, a response that is rescued by ERK-2 expression (7,13-15).
Software-selectable material volumes are pumped using a positive displacement pump and activator
is spread through a specially-designed nose equipped with a replaceable felt pad.
Using a patented inductive detection technology, the NCPS sensors sense the position of a steel activator
that is attached to the sensed assembly.
a provider of service activation and performance management software to global telecommunications network operators, has announced a series of significant enhancements to its award winning Service Activator
19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Summary DelveInsight's, Plasminogen Activator
Inhibitors-1 (PAI-1)- Pipeline Insights, 2015, provides the in-depth analysis of the pipeline assets across the Plasminogen Activator