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chameleon

(kă-mēl'yon),
A fluorescent indicator engineered to bind to specified intracellular locations for investigation of biologic reactions (for example, calcium-mediated signals).

chameleon

lizard member of the genus Chameleo.
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At times she looks at her lizards, wonders what she got into, then thinks of her very first chameleon, now buried under a patio pot.
So, if you're after a laid-back atmosphere, with good music and contemporary surroundings, then Chameleon is the place to be.
If you do not own a smart phone and or you are not available to connect your scooter to a PC, when you order the Daymak Chameleon, you can give them your preferences and have the scooter customized prior to delivery.
Launched on 23rd September 2011, Chameleon Club Dubai is located at the Penthouse of Byblos Hotel in Tecom.
A provider of ERP software and services, NCS Software Limited, has announced its acquisition of Chameleon Technology Pty Ltd.
Chameleons typically have resting colors that range from brown to green, with hints of yellow, but each chameleon has unique markings.
Fortitude is a strong partner with a patient view towards the future that believes in what we're doing and supports our efforts to emerge as the national leader in the developing cold-brew category," said Chris Campbell, CEO, Chameleon.
Materials we used include acrylic, glass, wood, every material you can think of was used somewhere in the Chameleon Club.
Rango tells the story of a chameleon facing an identity crisis.
Murchison is liable to pay Chameleon a portion of the profit it received as a consequence of the investment of A$277,840 in Crosslands from 24 July 2004 to the present time.
An approximate 4-by-6 in the Chameleon Collection has the suggested retail of $328.
Very importantly, Chameleon sets a new price point for the 3G protocol analyzer market.