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Spectral Karyotyping. A form of fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) used to visualise genetic and chromosomal patterns and defects via spectral-imaging hard/software technique. SKY labels each chromosome with a different colour
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Eventually, the Skyrocket underwent a complete rebuilding that included a nose extension.
Each skyrocket can be bought for P4 to P5, up from P2.50 to P3.
are failing parents, who the cost of skyrocket wages fall.
While most other column-shaped conifers fill out and become unwieldy, Skyrocket, in the first 10 years at least, remains a pencil-shaped plant only 30cm wide and reaching 3m in height.
The figure could skyrocket once the re-building begins.
Even though modern agricultural practices have caused plant-nutrient concentrations in Dallund So to skyrocket, the researchers discovered that the lake has been extremely nutrient-rich for the past millennium.
Insurance coverage has become the brass ring of the alternative medicine movement, whose advocates believe demand for their services would skyrocket if more private or federal insurers were willing to foot the bill.
"The emergence of innovative technologies, new workforce attitudes and a drop in the birth rate have caused turnover and recruitment cycles to skyrocket across many industries," said Tom Casey, the leader of Unifi Network's Talent Management Practice.
Work on The Alliance Program actually began two years ago, but when rates began to skyrocket in November of 1999, Neace Lukens fully implemented the project.
Even if rents were to skyrocket, this vibrant metropolis would continue to offer the facilities and exert the cultural pull that makes it an essential place to be.
Carter had allowed interest rates to skyrocket, probably one of the mistakes that doomed his presidency.
Online trading in Asia/Pacific is about to skyrocket. According to IDC, pure-play online brokerages are popping up across Asia, and an increasing number of the region's traditional brokerages are offering online trading.