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A popular term for a molecule—e.g., a carrier protein—that links to a poorly- or non-antigenic molecule—e.g., a hapten—enhancing its immunogenicity and mediating transportation through the cell or body
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From textiles to furniture and then back to the city for tabletop, the caravan of buyers and schleppers can finally put things to rest, at least for a few weeks before the whole process starts again in January.
The problem, and this is certainly not a startling "insight," is that deconstruction and all that it implies and includes is like psychoanalysis in that for every first-rate practitioner, you have a hundred schleppers. This has always been the case, at least in the world of academe, so that by the time Of Grammatology, say, has been run through a thousand dissertations, its "message" is pretty stale.
A Gallup survey sponsored by Xerox shows that despite their titles, many info execs in the region are screwdriver-toting schleppers rather than high-powered decision makers.