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Bioinformatics
adjective Referring to a gene symbol, gene name, allele symbol, allele name, protein, enzyme, organism, etc., which has been accepted as a standard term by the Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI), Human Genome Organisation (HUGO), UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, or any other formal nomenclature committee.
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Next day the decrepit Kutuzov, having given orders to be called early, said his prayers, dressed, and, with an unpleasant consciousness of having to direct a battle he did not approve of, got into his caleche and drove from Letashovka (a village three and a half miles from Tarutino) to the place where the attacking columns were to meet.
Chairman and Gintlemen," said the Other, "it sames to me, and I'm hopin' yez wull approve the suggistion, that an appropriet way to honour the mimory of the decaised would be to erect an emolument sootably inscribed wid his vartues.
I dare say that I may, notwithstanding the danger, if upon reflection I approve of any of them.
Lastly, consider it is a passion which I highly approve.
She had forgotten one that was watching her with sad, beautiful, stern eyes--the only one there was to approve or condemn what she did.
But that was not inexcusable; for she had always thought he was Henry VIII, and she did not approve of him.
They would fain be dead, and we should approve of their wish
He did not distinguish what sort of love his might be, big or little, passionate or passionless, lasting or passing (he kept a ballet girl himself, though he was the father of a family, so he was lenient in these matters), but he knew that this love affair was viewed with displeasure by those whom it was necessary to please, and therefore he did not approve of his brother's conduct.
I accept your congratulations with pride, and I am glad you approve.
Why, I don't unreservedly approve, my dear Mr Merdle.
The council voted 9-4 to approve the measure with Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas absent and one seat vacant.
But according to Ed King, chief of housing standards at the California Department of Housing and Community Development, the state right now "does not have the authority" to approve the pipe.