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TRAIL

A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family that rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L

TRAIL

(trāl)
A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family. which rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L.

trail

a well-defined information pathway that leads from data point to data point and sequentially from analysis to conclusion.

audit trail
as for accounting trail but designed for audit purposes.
diagnostic trail
a diagnostic decision tree.
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In the Apollo 17 image, the foot trails, including the last path made on the moon by humans, are easily distinguished from the dual tracks left by the lunar rover, which remains parked east of the lander.
At that time, Congress provided for approval of legitimate rights-of-way that were established prior to 1976, but under Stevens' original rider, anything from foot trails to the grid lines on a map could have been claimed as routes and transformed into paved highways.
As time and money become available, the Forest Service will build foot trails in the National Forest and install directional and informational signs.
Costanoa is adjacent to four state parks, a spectacular wildlife reserve and 30,000 acres of foot trails.
Eighty-percent of the park is accessible only by foot trails and favorite hikes include the many grove trails winding around more than 500 commanding Giant Sequoias, including the largest living tree in the world -- the General Sherman Tree in the Giant Forest.
Eighty percent of the park is accessible only by foot trails and favorite hikes include the many grove trails winding around over 500 commanding Giant Sequoias, including the largest living tree in the world -- the General Sherman Tree in the Giant Forest.
Teams of MIT and Bhutanese students, officials and staff flew by helicopter, rode mountain ponies, trekked with packhorses and yaks, and journeyed by caravan on far-flung roads and foot trails across the Bhutanese Himalayas.
nonprofit group dedicated to establishing, protecting and maintaining foot trails that organizes National Trails Day.
Eighty percent of Sequoia is accessible only by foot trails and favorite hikes include the Congress Trail in Giant Forest (home to the General Sherman Tree, the largest living thing in the world), the newly restored Big Trees Trail, the Crescent Meadow loop and a quarter-mile walk to the top of Moro Rock, rewarding hikers with unparalleled views of the Great Western Divide and the canyons below.