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mammalian

emanating from or pertaining to mammals.
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Analysis from Frost & Sullivan,Trends in Mammalian Cell Cultures (http://bit.
New and more nearly complete specimens of mammalian species and their close kin reveal that they had expanded into ecological niches beyond the forest floor.
The chemical mimics the hormone estrogen, which in mammalian fetuses affects anatomical development that distinguishes male and female brains.
Cloning and characterization of a family of novel mammalian DNA (cytosine-5) methyltransferases.
Selexis is a privately held biotechnology company dedicated to the development of innovative technologies and expert services that enable significant improvements in the time, effort, and costs required to develop and maintain high-performance mammalian cell lines used in the expression of pharmaceutically relevant proteins (i.
This research service brings out the emerging trends in mammalian cell culture systems on a global scale, through a detailed description of: The technology capability and value chain; analysis of global technology trends.
The matrix has representatives for 99 percent of mammalian families, and covers not only the earliest history of mammalian diversification, but also all the deepest divergences among living mammals.
Trends in Mammalian Cell Cultures, a part of the TechVision (http://ww2.
Megaconus confirms that many modern mammalian biological functions related to skin and integument had already evolved before the rise of modern mammals," said Luo, who was also part of the team that first discovered evidence of hair in pre-mammalian species in 2006.
And so ends, perhaps, this claim of mammalian uniqueness," said Harvey J.
University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) has patented replication competent variants of mammalian immunodeficiency virus comprising mutations and/or deletions of the V3 hypervariable loop and compensatory mutations, as well as methods for producing such variants.
Part I reviews the state of current research in spinal cord injury in mammals, through 2006, and Part II details mammalian and non- mammalian models of spinal function.