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spliced

[splīst]
(geology)
Relating to veins that pinch out and are overlapped at that point by another parallel vein.
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"it was noticed early on that minor introns, which make up only 0.4 percent of introns, are often inefficiently spliced. This is puzzling, since the proteins encoded by genes containing minor introns perform important roles in the cell.
The team hopes to use small molecules called ASOs (antisense oligonucleotides) that can bind to RNA, to change the way AFMID's RNA messages are spliced.
The bond strength between the concrete and spliced reinforcement increases as the length of the deformed reinforcement increases, such that splitting failure converts to pullout failure [9].
Members of the TLR signaling pathway are alternatively spliced at a high frequency, producing novel proteins that can change inflammatory outcomes.
The heat seal butt splicing mechanism provides a clean butt splice with zero tail, allowing the spliced part to be used in the end product.
A good spliced joint is only obtained if the elastic core does not spring back when cut and the filaments are once again uniformly sheathed by the staple fibres following splicing.
proposed to use statistics of 2D phase congruency [9], a natural image model [10], and Hilbert-Huang transform [11] to separate spliced images from authentic ones.
Hence, I would like to address the importance of such studies which will lead to therapeutic options which could suppress the production of the alternative spliced proteins through modulating and strengthen the terminator role.
Basic cover tape connectors are 2" lengths of PSA tape that join the cover tapes of the two reels being spliced together.
"exonCounts" is the number exons that the gene contains, "exonStarts" is comma spliced array of position of each exon starts, and "exonEnds" is comma spliced array of position each exon ends.
The detector senses a change in web thickness and signals the reject gate to divert the spliced sheet at speeds of up to 300 cuts per minute.