progenesis


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progenesis

the maturation of gametes within an organism before it has reached physical and sexual maturity.
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Quantification of each protein across all time points was performed by PROGENESIS QIP (QI for Proteomics) software v3.
The terms paedomorphosis and progenesis have been used for those two phenomena, respectively, but the terms are zoological ones and are doubtfully applicable to organisms with an open system of growth.
Gels were scanned on an Image Scanner III (GE Healthcare), and analyzed using Progenesis Same Spots software (Nonlinear Dynamics, Durham, NC).
The project will study the morphology, taxonomy and phylogeny of hyalinoeciin polychaetes and will evaluate the role of progenesis within Hyalinoeciinae in their successful colonization of the deep sea.
Nonlinear Dynamics is best known for its Progenesis Softwarem, which offers life science researchers unique ways to analyze and visualize raw proteomic data.
In the case of modern birds, he said, the change is the result of a process known as progenesis, which causes an animal to reach sexual maturity earlier.
Neoteny and progenesis as two heterochronic processes involved in paedomorphosis in Triturns alpestris (Amphibia: Caudata).
Nonlinear chief executive Will Dracup said, "It is a great testament to the Progenesis software that we are able to introduce it to students with limited experience in proteomics, and be confident they will be able to generate meaningful results.
Yu's research has led to a patent and the development of Progenesis Technologies LLC, a West Virginia-based biotech research and development company.
Its Progenesis Discovery Informatics platform is used by contract research organisations and biotech and pharmaceutical companies researching the uses of proteins to treat diseases.