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in·sert

(in-sert'),
1. An additional length of base pairs in DNA that has been introduced into that DNA.
2. An additional length of bases that has been introduced into RNA.
3. An additional length of amino acyl residues that has been introduced into a protein.

insert

(in-sĕrt′, sense 1) (in′sĕrt″, sense 2) [L. inserere, to sow, plant in, implant]
1. To place or put within.
2. An object that is placed or put inside another.

insert

a segment of DNA that has been spliced into a cloning vector.
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Once the volumes increase to provide an acceptable return on investment, automation can be purchased to orient the inserts and have a robot place them into the mold.
The structure of the package inserts was not uniform and it was difficult to retrieve the information due to lack of a common layout; posology and administration, contraindications, special precautions and warning were present in all the (100%) package inserts.
A rotary table serves one or more operators and rotates one or more mold halves into position under the top mold half, allowing one bottom mold to be loaded with inserts while another, previously loaded with inserts, is being injected with resin and cooled in the press.
Costing less than $30 a piece and having neither moving parts nor microprocessors, it's the Original Insert Buddy -- a device Kirk designed to save him time in manually inserting preprinted ads into his own three weekly papers.
One common characteristic all of the gas inserts from Mississauga Home Comfort have is reliability.
Typical performance requirements for assemblies using inserts involve tensile strength, rotational torque, and pull-through strength.
The C-Cutter Mini is available in single insert and four-insert designs.
These bodies, superior as they may be, require the use of his company's inserts, and won't fit any other type.
Several tests with different grades and types of cutting tool inserts and cutting tool holders were run before a successful combination was found that provided a good fit of the [V.
But the determination was made through extensive testing that using high-strength Hexsert[R] inserts installed with the Autosert 2000[R] robotic assembly system would be the way to go.