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Replicate

To duplicate, copy, or repeat; to reproduce in the likeness of the original.
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As shown in Table 2, there were 2 nominally replicable pathways (based on 50kb flanking) enriched in alcohol dependence-related genes in both EAs (0.
Without an overarching agreement about the service models using the administrative services, it is unlikely that two or more back rooms will have enough in common to maintain replicable processes.
Creation of commercially viable, innovative and potentially replicable ICT-based products and services.
The topics include carbohydrate receptors, artificial pyrrole-based anion receptors, molecular containers in action, the formation and recognition properties of dynamic combinatorial libraries, synthetic molecular machines, and a chemical perspective on replicable nanoscaffolded multifunctionality.
The fund, established as a nonprofit in 1990, works to develop sustainable growth in emerging markets by capitalizing smaller, private-sector businesses that can serve as replicable models for local entrepreneurs and investors.
Anecdotes, however telling, are neither reliable nor replicable.
Kummerow suggests that a statistical definition could make valuations more replicable, provide insights into how to improve valuation methods, and add value for clients by improving the appraiser's products.
Methods comprise providing a library of replicable genetic display packages (rgdps), such as filamentous phage, each rgdp displaying at its surface a member of a specific binding pair which is an antibody or antibody fragment, and each rgdp containing nucleic acid sequence derived from a species of mammal.
The stationary bubble facility and imaging system is fairly inexpensive and easy to operate, perhaps providing a replicable apparatus mills can use to screen chemicals and ink types to determine if ink attachment is probable.
It generates interest because state and city managers consider it highly replicable, requiring only the will for implementation.
consistent, replicable concept throughout the coreroom.