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reproduce

(rē′prə-do͞os′)
v.
1. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
2. To produce a counterpart, an image, or a copy of something.
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The integration of data to build clinically useful profiles that can be measured reproducibly in a clinical setting must be the focus of the project, no matter which technologies or analytic platforms are proposed.
Pressure cycling technology (PCT) employs cycles of hydrostatic pressure between ambient and ultra-high levels (up to 35,000 psi and greater) to safely, reproducibly, and efficiently release DNA, RNA, and proteins from food, plant, and biological samples within minutes, allowing for more rapid and accurate downstream testing.
The ability to reproducibly and robustly silence every single gene in the genome is expected to facilitate the acquisition of profound new knowledge regarding function and regulation at the cell and whole-organism levels.
Until you have a recipe for doing it reproducibly, there will always be justifiable criticism," says Bruce E.
The ability of NBS to precisely and reproducibly target non-invasive neurostimulation within the brain holds the promise of new neuromodulation therapies for a wide range of brain injuries and diseases, including stroke, depression and pain.
SANGUINATE was able to reproducibly transfer therapeutic gases to RBCs of sickle cell patients.
We are seeking instrumentation that is capable of rapid, accurate, quantitative measurements of fluorescence generated by individual cells in large populations, and of sorting cells accurately and reproducibly on the basis of fluorescence intensity.
Because of the Cell Biosciences system's high detection sensitivity, it can measure cell signaling proteins reproducibly in as few as 25 cells.
Although the bowing machine does not approach the remarkable control of an expert player," says Schumacher, "within its capability, it can bow reproducibly and untiringly.
It is critically important that surgical video is delivered accurately and reproducibly," said Ron Hansen, Chief Technology Officer at NDSsi.
This allows them to reproducibly configure even automatic path switchovers in complex RF test systems and control them via Ethernet.
Rare cell populations can be reliably and reproducibly analyzed by enrichment of target cells using the integrated MACS(R) Cell Enrichment Unit and MACS(R) Technology", he continues.