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phe·no·typ·ic

(fē'nō-tip'ik, fen-ō-),
Relating to phenotype.

phe·no·typ·ic

(fē'nō-tip'ik)
Relating to phenotype.
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The team is complemented by PhoreMost CEO Dr Chris Torrance, who co-founded and commercialised Horizon Discovery, a pioneering phenotypic screening company, which recently floated on the London Stock Exchange and is currently valued at >[pounds sterling]150 million.
The objectives of this study were a description of the Centroid Method, which is used to investigate the phenotypic adaptability of genotypes and the inclusion of new ideotypes therein, creating the Integrated Method for adaptability and phenotypic stability analysis, as well as a comparison of the two methods.
ESBLs are widespread the world over, but the prevalence and phenotypic characteristics among clinical isolates may vary between geographical areas (7).
It would generate epidemiologic, genotypic, and phenotypic data as described in this article.
The following procedure was used to process fecal samples and water samples that would undergo further phenotypic testing.
Phenotypic variation was assessed using each set of shape variables, and phenotypic differentiation was represented as a matrix of generalized Mahalanobis distances among populations (4,5).
Niche formation allows evolutionary algorithms to be used when the location and maintenance of multiple solutions appertaining to diverse areas of the phenotypic space is required.
On the other hand, because of obvious phenotypic characteristics such as dystopia canthorum, type I patients are easily recognized when no hearing loss is present.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent for HIV phenotypic drug susceptibility testing to ViroLogic, Inc.
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One of the main driving forces of phenotypic variation is stochasticity, or noise, in gene expression.