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Describes any system using a random assortment of components at any positions in the linear arrangement of atoms; that is, a combinatorial library of mutations could contain positions where all four bases have been randomly inserted.
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To confirm the combinatorial effect of cilostazol and probucol on ER stress-induced hepatic steatosis, we injected C57BL/6 mice with cilostazol (3mg/kg body weight) and probucol (1 mg/kg body weight) individually or combinatorially once daily for 3 days then sacrificed mice after challenging them with tunicamycin (3 mg/kg body weight) for 24 h.
We now show how these formulas may be derived combinatorially by our model with the specialization [x.sub.l,i] [right arrow] [x.sub.l].
For both conventional phase diagrams and the combinatorially constructed phase diagrams discussed below, it should be noted that in principle it is desirable to demonstrate reversibility of each equilibrium represented.
Jackendoff contends that the use of language and music is embedded in social and cultural interaction: both language and music require substantial memory capacity for storing representations, and the ability to integrate stored representations combinatorially in working memory by means of a system of rules or structural schemata; the processing of both language and music involves creating expectations of what is to come, producing both language and music requires fine-scale voluntary control of vocal production, and learning to produce both language and music relies on an ability to imitate others' vocal production.
Unfortunately, the [l.sub.0] pseudonorm is combinatorially complex to optimize.
Frequency of rare combinations of inputs has been studied combinatorially before.
A combinatorially connection space ([??],[??]) is a smooth combinatorial manifold [??] with a connection [??].
Due to their typical structure, it has been proved that the information conveyed by a 1-dimensional size function can be combinatorially stored in a formal series of points and lines (Frosini and Landi, 2001).
Subsequent test procedures examined the derivation of mutually and combinatorially entailed relations.
The topics include the isotopy of links, most knots are wild, infinite cyclic coverings, some curious involutions of spheres, two complexes that are homeomorphic but combinatorially distinct, uses of the fundamental group, and a unique decomposition theorem for three-manifolds.
To see this combinatorially, look at the planar degeneration of S(2,2) displayed in Remark 4.3 and note that there is here a unique skew 2-set of planes, given by the two end planes of the configuration.

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