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quadruplex

(communications)
A kind of telegraphy system developed by Thomas A. Edison in the 1870s combining diplex and duplex communications to support simultaneous transmission of two messages in each direction.
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Though new quadruplex videotape recorders were very expensive--each cost around $50,000 in 1972, which is almost $300,000 today--they provided a much-improved resolution and increased flexibility of use over kinescopes.
En el Pacifico Norte, Trimorphodon quadruplex fue equivocada frecuentemente con Porthidium ophryomegas.
Quadruplex genotyping of F5, F2, and MTHFR variants in a single closed tube by high-resolution amplicon melting.
(24) Examples of quadruplex and quintuplex versions of this approach have been shown to maintain the same sensitivity and specificity of single PCR comparisons, (24) and this approach has been utilized in a number of CE-IVD multiplex diagnostic tests.
Great Neck, NY, August 27, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Nassau Electricals, a leading supplier of wires and cables has announced that their new underground aluminum URD quadruplex and triplex cable brands are now available for sale.
This method was improved in 2013 [10] and a quadruplex PCR can identify seven phylogroups (A, B1, B2, C, D, E, and F).
Neidle, "Quadruplex DNA: sequence, topology and structure," Nucl.
For example, a quadruplex RT-PCR assay is required for the differentiation of Yersinia pestis from Y.
Balasubramanian, Quadruplex Nucleic Acids, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 2006.
Millevoi, "Essential role for the interaction between hnRNP H/F and a G quadruplex in maintaining p53 pre-mRNA 3-end processing and function during DNA damage," Genes and Development, vol.
Wen et al., "Quadruplex real-time PCR assay for detection and identification of Vibrio cholerae O1 and O139 strains and determination of their toxigenic potential," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
By the time of Augustine, who relied upon the Book of the Rule of the Donatist Tyconius, the quadruplex sensus became the standard interpretive form, with the two senses (literal and spiritual) and three spiritual senses (typological, tropological, anagogical).