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assembly

The arranging of sequenced fragments of DNA in the correct position in their cognate chromosome, resulting in a single, continuous sequence.
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This approach allows Evolution LCMS to dynamic assemble and deliver learning content, without programming, to meet a wide-variety of learning needs, such as print, instructor-led, personalized on-demand web-based, PDA, and Podcasting" We are honored that KMWorld has included Evolution LCMS on its list of 'Trend-Setting Products' in 2006," said Massood Zarrabian, president and CEO of OutStart.
When time to assemble cake, place bottom 14-inch tier on a silver or other plate large enough to accommodate cake.
Seeman and his colleagues are now working to create three-dimensional DNA crystals that could assemble materials having precisely controlled microstructures.
Northrop Grumman will assemble the next-generation attack jet's center fuselage in Palmdale, while manufacturing fuselage components and basing its engineering and administrative work in El Segundo.
People don't know how to fold proteins, let alone fold them, make them assemble, and then transform them into something as complex as this.
Assemble will market the new conferencing and long distance prepaid card via resellers and retailers throughout the United States and Enunciate will concentrate on the Canadian market nationwide.
A quilting group in Arizona will assemble the squares to create a quilt that will eventually become a traveling exhibit around the country and ultimately be donated to Smithsonian Institution.
Thin films that assemble like a membrane could be used for lubrication.
It is guaranteed by the First Amendment: ``The right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for redress of grievances.
To explain how these shells assemble themselves, biologists initially focused on their regularity and symmetry.
The "bottom-up" approach of manufacturing at the atomic level enables that desired resolution, but it suffers from a range of obstacles including complexity, expense, and lengthy build cycles required to assemble nanoscale components.
Louis, where its workers assemble F-15 fighters, and Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth, where it builds the F-16.