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de no·vo

(di nō'vō),
Anew; often applied to particular biochemical pathways in which metabolites are newly biosynthesized (for example, de novo purine biosynthesis).
[L.]

de novo

(dē nō′vō, dā, nō′wō)
1. Over again from the beginning; anew.
2. Previously undetected.
3. Previously untreated.
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In the past, traditional de novo antibody sequencing using the Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technique could not precisely distinguish leucine and isoleucine due to their unspecific and random distribution, the same molecular mass, and similar chemical property.
He said an inquiry should be conducted into all de novo inquiries in the CDA during the last 10 years.
An increase in such activity will have certain effects, the most prevalent of which will be (1) the incentive for formation of de novo banks due to the increased likelihood of the new bank getting acquired by BHCs now free to increase total assets greater than $50 billion and (2) the increased access to credit in smaller communities.
We identified patients diagnosed with de novo breast, colorectal, or lung cancers between January 1, 2000, and December 31, 2011, and patients who developed recurrent disease between January 1, 2000, and December 31, 2012, after having been initially diagnosed with stages I-III breast, colorectal, or lung cancer between January 1, 2000, and December 31, 2011.
Nonetheless, the commencement of the trial de novo in circuit court is the triggering act that will annul the general district court judgment and rulings.
Finberg, Ph.D., from the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, and colleagues describe a clinical trial that attempted to distinguish between de novo PD and control subjects using an electronic system for detection of volatile molecules in exhaled breath.
De novo is an industry term for branches built from scratch instead of being acquired fully developed from another bank.
"Issuing the manual publicly will provide transparency and benefit applicants and other interested parties by further clarifying the path to establishing a de novo institution.
The estimates, derived from national breast cancer mortality and survival data, also show positive trends in breast cancer care, especially a doubling of 5-year survival rates among younger women diagnosed with de novo metastatic disease from the 1990s to the 2000s, reported Angela B.
Background: Some patients with pelvic organ prolapse may suffer from lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), especially stress urinary incontinence (SUI) named de novo SUI after pelvic floor reconstruction.