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TRAIL

A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family that rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L

TRAIL

(trāl)
A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family. which rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L.
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So in the event of heavy rainfall or snow, our trail maintenance team greets the dawn to check on whether various routes can be used, or whether we will wait for Forest Service notification regarding their availability.
Spring is the optimal season for trail maintenance and scouting the rocky bluffs for mountain goats, bighorn sheep, and enjoying the profusion of wildflowers.
The council organizes trail maintenance and development activities in the East Bay.
The existence of this organization and the continuation of its activities basically depend on the commitment of its 280 members and its 20 qualified volunteers who are dedicated to trail maintenance and safety.
This can include improvements to long-distance trails and rail trail development, ATV trail maintenance and creation or maintenance of municipal trails.
Funds for trail maintenance come from primarily two sources: Congress, and the Secure Rural Schools Act.
25 Gros Ventre Wilderness Trail Maintenance, Bridger-Teton Forest, Wyoming.
Only the necessary administrative cabins and structures will be kept, and crews will continue to use primitive tools for trail maintenance and other work.
In Athol, the North Quabbin Trails Association received $23,500 to pay for two trail maintenance projects and create trail maps and other trail publications.
Eugene Park Stewards and Friends of Hendricks Park - Seek volunteers to help with invasive plant removal, seed collection, trailside weeding, trail maintenance and planting from 9 a.m.
He serves as a TRTF board member, chairs the Landowner Relations Committee, and has personally committed to future trail maintenance by signing up for the TRTF'S "Adopt-a-maintenance-mile" Program.
Trail maintenance activities include trail hardening, brushing trails, maintaining culverts, drain dips, water-bars, and ditch-outs, and inspecting and maintaining 22 trail bridges.