omicron


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omicron

[ōm′ikron]
Ο, ο, the 15th letter of the Greek alphabet.
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Offered the head allows the use of 96-well format must be compatible with the camera, fitted to the Centre for Medical Genomics - OMICRON, CFX384 Touch System.
But as the [theta] in the raised right hand of Bootes, if badly made, might be mistaken for an omicron, this is probably the object seen by Mechain, and [John Herschel's] 1910 [NGC 5866]; it being the brightest nebula of five in that vicinity.
The year 1961 was the most active year in the life of Omicron Chi Epsilon with seven new chapters added, four of which included schools from outside the east coast (Southern Methodist, University of Oklahoma, Tulane University and West Virginia's Bethany College).
A prelude: Alan was the founder of Omicron Chi Epsilon in 1955 while he was a student at City College of New York.