recognition factor

recognition factor

n.
Any of the factors that allow polymorphonuclear neutrophil leukocytes to recognize target antigens.
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He added: "The recognition factor has never been that important for me apart from the fact that if you're on television and they recognise you then they are obviously watching you.
Background: Four single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the modulator recognition factor 2/AT-rich interaction domain 5B (MRF2/ARID5B) gene located at chromosome 10q21.
Listening to the litany of physical problems, hang-ups and behaviour in the privacy of her own home, the recognition factor is both heartening and, at the same time, mildly horrifying.
For a young band just starting out, that's undoubtedly a good thing - the money's surely pretty good and the recognition factor can only help sales.
With his recognition factor, Sir Gary Veryfamous would walk it.
But these two, with a high local recognition factor which goes beyond party politics, have a track record of bucking the prevailing trend.
Business leaders in particular were keen on Greater Birmingham'which they see as having a higher recognition factor, particularly when dealing with overseas investors and clients.
Simplicity, recognition factor and quality is something we prioritize when we are about to purchase a new fire engine.
None of them would have much of a recognition factor now, either, but that could change with a return to the playoffs for Boston.
I have found over the years that it is the ice rink projects I have worked on that deliver the highest recognition factor with people outside the industry.
If there is one qualification that seems to be required of anyone wanting to run as London mayor it is the instant recognition factor.

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