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A gene on chromosome 22q11.1, which encodes a member of the BCL-2 family of cell death regulators. BID heterodimerises with either agonist BAX or antagonist BCL2. Caspase-8 cleaves BID, mediating mitochondrial damage when the COOH-terminal part translocates to mitochondria, triggering cytochrome c release.
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bis in di·e

, bid (bis in dē'ā)
Twice a day.
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Abbreviation for bis in die.
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Bidders must submit the following documents to participate at the tender:
He said that the RCB would call the bidders again for two other sites soon.
In order to protect the privacy of losers, all tender information of bidders should not be revealed except for the winner.
The advertisement unambiguously stipulated that a bidder may be awarded one or more contract packages if it submits the lowest evaluated substantially responsive bid(s) provided such bidder meets the aggregated qualification requirements for one or more contract packages.
During the first auction, four out of 18 prospective bidders were prequalified.
"It's a fluid situation but my best estimate is we'll announce a preferred bidder by the end of the week."
However, when complementarity is present, bidders in separate auctions find themselves facing a so called exposure risk (Ausubel et al., 1997; Rothkopf et al., 1998; Bykowsky et al., 2000; Chakraborty, 2004; Popkowski Leszczyc and Haubl, 2010).
The new rules Bidders will be required to self-certify whether they have had any 'occasions of non-compliance' during the previous 10 years.
To facilitate the Auction and to assist the Debtor and the CRO in assessing the terms of each bid, prospective bidders must work from the Asset Purchase Agreement (as defined in the Motion), to prepare their bids and mark all proposed changes to such agreement as part of their bid.
The seller's benefits to a good reputation can come in two forms: an auction can be more likely to attract bidders and thus result in a sale and bidders can be willing to bid larger amounts.
Bidders can make payment with credit cards, at convenient stores, or through ATMs, with the intermediary charges ranging from 178 yen (for ATM payment of less than 30,000 yen) to the fixed rate of 4.2% of the transaction (for credit card/convenience store payment of 10,000 yen or more).