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fate

(fāt),
The ultimate outcome.

fate

(fāt)
The ultimate outcome.

fate,

n a synonym for the more modern term
biotransformation. See also biotransformation.
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Now, they aim to use this marker system, outside of a cell's DNA and genes, to predict the eventual fate.
These internal memoranda, deliberations and actions taken during sessions are evidently confidential in nature based on Rules 9 and 10 of the Supreme Court Internal Rules and Supreme Court Justice Teresita Leonardo-de Castro's self-serving acts have destroyed the integrity of the public institution," FATE said.
The advocacy of FATE is to help correct the wrong in the nation's system and to advance the rights of our people for the good of everyone.
Why has it taken so long for Fate to appear in print?
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To identify these signals of a stem cell's fate, an interdisciplinary team from multiple universities collaborated to use super-resolution microscopy to analyze epigenetic modifications.
This report provides comprehensive information on the current therapeutic developmental pipeline of Fate Therapeutics, Inc.
Tyre manufacturer Cooper Tire & Rubber Company (NYSE:CTB) revealed on Monday that it has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to work in partnership with Fate.
We have asked the Pakistani government to inform us about the fate of sergeant Danaeifar," Iranian interior ministry spokesman, Hossein Ali Amiri said, the Islamic Republic's official IRNA news agency reported Feb.
BEIRUT: A newspaper close to the Syrian regime, quoting a government official, said Sunday that the authorities have "determined" the fate of 15,000 out of 20,000 people who have been reported missing.
Kirkuk / NINA/ The Arabs coalition in Kirkuk called on Thursday to know the fate of dozens of Arab detainees in Kirkuk during the U.
Washington, Feb 20 ( ANI ): New research suggests that when we deal with difficult decisions in our lives, we tend to blame it on our fate.