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break point

point of rupture (of supportive tissues/materials); see law, Hook's
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Online Supplemental Table 2 illustrates the additional data-filtering steps for the detection of DNA fragments harboring structural rearrangement breakpoints.
Antimicrobial drug susceptibility breakpoints were defined according to Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute criteria (13).
These players have been winning matches despite underperforming in breakpoint situations and they may be able to find further improvement in upcoming weeks.
If they are within admissible limits, the new breakpoint will be fixed, topology of the network will be changed, the old breakpoint in the list of breakpoints will be replaced with the new one.
No shifting was detected using probe A and purified topo II, indicating a different nuclear protein is binding this region of the MLL breakpoint.
a leading provider of Windows application development training and consulting, has changed its company name to Breakpoints Live Corporation ("Breakpoints").
The NASD has outstanding information requests to the Company related to the breakpoint survey, which led the Company to believe that NASD has not finished its investigation.
Tomlin P, Sand C, Rennie RE Evaluation of E test, disk diffusion and broth microdilution to establish tentative quality control limits and review susceptibility breakpoints for two aerobic actinomycetes.
2-kb hotspot regions of CMT1A patients, two pairs of primers were used to differentiate the subgroups of the hotspot breakpoints.
The Briton then saved three breakpoints to take a 5-4 lead and a double-fault from Zabaleta gave Henman a set point in the deciding game.
Cat eye syndrome chromosome breakpoint clustering: Identification of two intervals also associated with 22q11 deletion syndrome breakpoints.
The TimeMachine debugger allows the user to synchronously step forward and backward on all cores, to set software and hardware breakpoints and to run forwards or backwards, so all cores synchronously stop upon hitting the breakpoint.