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An electrostatically focused, low-noise backward-wave oscillator; the microwave output signal frequency can be swept rapidly over a wide range by varying the voltage applied between the cathode and the associated radio-frequency circuit.
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According to the terms of the contract, Horizon has licensed to the Partner a novel cell line engineering technology and non-exclusive rights to Horizon's proprietary Helitron
transposon gene editing technology for an undisclosed financial consideration.
Helitrons: Surreptitious Abductor and Mobilizers of Maize Gene Sequences.
Recently a novel family of eukaryotic transposable elements, termed Helitrons was discovered.