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ecad

[′ē‚kad]
(ecology)
A type of plant which is altered by its habitat and possesses nonheritable characteristics.
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The resulting cDNA samples were diluted to a final concentration of 250 ng/mL for qRT-PCR of ECAD (CDH1) and SLUG (SNA/2), and of 100 ng/[micro]L for qRT-PCR of NCAM (NCAM1).
The ECAD tool should be able to calculate the angle of the cross-hatch with relation to the bend line.
Although nearly 5000 homes underwent energy audits as part of a sales transaction as required by the ECAD ordinance, it is assumed that no home energy improvements were previously implemented in these homes.
While the current ECAD and MCAD systems have higher performance and richer feature sets, collaboration between both worlds has been treated like the ugly stepchild and is reduced to bills of material (BOM) integration and limited or restricted to file transfer.
For ECAD analysis, test slides of tumor tissue (except for synovial sarcoma and epithelioid sarcoma) and control slides were heated in Target Retrieval 1 x solution (Dako) for 20 minutes on a preheated hot plate set on high power.
Today, expi is 100% focused on ECAD data and process integration.
New generation ECAD systems address this challenge by providing multi-board and native 3D design capabilities, along with direct translation to leading mechanical computer-aided design (MCAD) systems, enabling complete packaging and electronics assembly information to be transmitted between different disciplines in a fraction of the time required in the past.
ECAD, coached by Ron Young, reached the World Cup final last year and has developed into one of England's strongest disability sides.
com) as its global standard for ECAD software for evaluation boards and electronic subsystems.
ECAD secretary Sheila Adams says that many people, especially the disabled, found shopping in Earlsdon difficult because they can't park near the shops, and lorries often hold up traffic as they attempt to turn the corner from Earlsdon Street into Moor Street.
Users can capture and prepare ECAD data from a variety of sources.
MSI is comprised of optimization experts who have been making TCAD and ECAD systems for VLSI in a range of software programs since 1982.