neomorph


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neomorph

[′nē·ə‚mȯrf]
(genetics)
A mutant allele that produces an effect different from that produced by the normal allele.
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The Neomorph, in a way, is the first generation of an alien but it needs a human life form to cop onto and, if you like, mix with, copulate with.
However the VR experience featured a different kind of alien referred to as a Neomorph.
Based upon correlation coefficients among various elements, it can be deduced that the distribution of trace and rare earth elements in various unit within this deposit was controlled essentially by neomorph accessory and resistant mineral phases.
Coupled with the company's NeoMorph compound library, consisting of more than 10 million diverse medicinally relevant small molecules, ALIS enables the identification of novel and selective drug leads against validated and emerging new genomic targets.