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TRAIL

A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family that rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L

TRAIL

(trāl)
A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family. which rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L.
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The Bear Mountain Trail can also be accessed from a parking lot near the kids campus area of the Whiteface Mountain Ski Area via the Upper Connector Trail.
If we consider the mountain as our playground, we should treat it as our own place and keep it clean." - Ernesto Sales | Member, Mountain Trail Junkies
The man and boy were exploring a "dangerous, deep, snowy" mountain trail between Bossons and Les Houches, Captain Ribes said.
Irish travel writer Murphy (also known for her advocacy against nuclear power and her writing on race relations) was in her 30s in 1966 when she journeyed alone from the Red Sea through the mountains of Ethiopia on a pack mule, a trip of 1,000 miles of mountain trail, parts of it without maps.
He passed the fourth checkpoint on the mountain trail but did not reach the fifth, race organisers said.
I will think of it each time I am stumbling down a high mountain trail with a hefty load of elk or mule deer meat in my pack.
But as they hike further and further up the forbidding mountain trail, they become more and more aware of the danger that they have entered.
Desire for ever-greater utility has created a cottage industry in storage space, third-row seating, and dual-use vehicles that never see a dirt road much less a mountain trail. All are legitimate items, but they are not stand-alone things.
Also provided are some 200 city, coastal, and mountain trail bike ride routes; strolls through dozens of area cultural and historical attractions including gardens, downtown streets and ethnic neighborhoods; there are even places to to walk with a baby stroller, as well as a special "Trailblazer Kids" section.
Fifty-five delegates from 15 countries, including government and tourism officials, environmental consultants, and local stakeholders, trekked the steep, winding mountain trail to Namche Bazaar (elevation 3,450 meters) to present and discuss academic papers on the natural and cultural preservation of remote mountain 'destinations and the development of mountain tourism.
Many blind travelers enjoy hiking through a wood or along a rugged mountain trail. The techniques employed in hiking and packing will vary somewhat, depending upon the terrain involved.

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