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hotspot

a region on a GENOME where MUTATION occurs preferentially or where RECOMBINATION events are increased.
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The outgrowth of a strategic collaboration, the acquisition will enhance HotSpot Therapeutics' SpotFinder platform, the first drug discovery platform to systematically predict, drug and differentiate unique regulatory hotspots on proteins.
Through the acquisition, HotSpot Therapeutics said it will enhance its SpotFinder platform, the first drug discovery platform to systematically predict, drug and differentiate unique regulatory hotspots on proteins.
'In working with the Macroceutics team, we were excited by their bespoke libraries and capabilities and the potential to marry the power of DNA-encoded library synthesis with specifically designed scaffolds to target regulatory hotspots,' said Geraldine Harriman, PhD, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, HotSpot Therapeutics.
Thee bundled data is valid for 224 days, starting from 48 hours of inserting an Airtel SIM in the 4G Hotspot device.
In this context, a WiFi hotspot is a WiFi node that is attached to a fixed network and provides limited mobility access or fixed access.
Islamabad -- "More than 800 million people - almost half of South Asia's population - currently live in areas that are projected to become moderate to severe hotspots by 2050".
He expressed these views at an interactive session organized by Leadership for Environment and Development (LEAD) Pakistan on the study by Muthukumara Mani on South Asia's Hotspots: The Impacts of Temperature and Precipitation Changes on Living Standards.
In this context, a Wi-Fi hotspot is a Wi-Fi node that is attached
The Hawks Hotspot is an elaborate concession stand, run by students in Ms.
An area can be declared as an election hotspot if there is a high incidence of election-related violence during an election season, the NCRPO chief said.
"Hotter plumes not only have slower seismic velocity and a higher hotspot buoyancy flux, they are the ones with the highest He-3/4.
"Targeted tobacco control programs could reduce the excess burden of lung cancer among women living in hotspot counties and prevent widening geographic inequity," the authors write.