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In our study, ctrl mRNA was not correlated to liver or pulmonary artery Cu concentration.
CTRL, on the other hand, is a purely semantic engine that can be used to extract a document's key topics, to generate lucid summaries of documents and can be used to index and retrieve relevant documents based on concepts and key topics as opposed to keywords, said a statement.
More information on Pragmatech is available at ctrl.
Subject characteristics were similar for CTRL subjects and subjects with PD (Table 1).
The completed 68-mile Folkestone to St Pancras CTRL is to be renamed High Speed 1.
Though Cal-Bay owns the software rights to CTRL Build, Maki doesn't plan to relinquish control of his basic IPM software anytime soon.
Press CTRL + F6 and it grabs the text, translates it into the desired language and starts reading it.
The CTRL Section 2 will cut London-Paris journeys to two hours 15 minutes and provide high speed services for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Based on research/experiences that also were carried out in Brazil, it can be noted that the literacy that is being discussed includes the skill in handling a mouse, selecting, dragging, cutting, pasting, CTRL C+CTRL V, writing a text and searching the internet, but although it seems "obvious", public education policy has not given sufficient thought nor assumed a pedagogical position on these issues.
The new bottle, named Ctrl, is being tested in selected bars around the country and is soon to head for Merseyside.
Instead of clicking Edit on the menu bar and then Cut, Copy or Paste, use the shortcut keys on your keyboard: Ctrl and "X", "C" or "V," respectively.