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This approach has been particularly useful in assessing the effects of kinetics of the sensors and changes in environmental factors such as pH on the interpretation of apparent FRET signals.
To tune the third string to the second string, fret the third string at the fourth fret, and make it sound like the second string played open.
Featuring authentic materials -- including a wood neck, a rosewood fingerboard and metal frets -- the Wireless Guitar Controller is for gamers who truly want to flex their Star Power.
Cell Culture, transfection and infection: HEK293 cells were cultured in 20 mm coverslip and were transfected with adenovirus encoding either plasma membrane-targeted or soluble Epac FRET probe.
Brighton is quite unpredictable with its weather and when you have a fret like this it can change so quickly," said stipendiary steward Terrance Brennan after the meeting was lost.
The maple fingerboard has a 12" to 16" compound radius, with 21 Dunlop[R] 6100 jumbo frets.
Recent buyers worry that they might be riding in the equity train's caboose, and those trying to buy for the first time fret over that event horizon is moving farther into the future.
The residents of Wisteria Lane attend her funeral as Carlos and Gabrielle fret over their financial and court issues.
People worry a lot about the cost of college, Parents fret about paying the bills.
Thus, although conservatives fret about America's moral decline (which they blame on a leftish "adversary culture" of influential intellectuals), in order to find a serious moral critique of the state of current society you have to turn to a socialist such as the late Christopher Lasch.