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splice

(splīs)
tr.v. spliced, splicing, splices
To join together or insert (segments of DNA or RNA) so as to form new genetic combinations or alter a genetic structure.
n.
A joining by splicing.

splic′er n.

splice

(splīs)
To take two cut pieces and fasten them together; to link two cut segments of DNA.
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For more information about the 3M Cold Shrink Branch Splice QS-2001B, contact the 3M Electrical Markets Division, A130-4N-40, 6801 River Place Blvd.
Splice tests conducted on the largest dynamic splice tester in the world at Goodyear's Marysville, Ohio, worldwide conveyor belt technical center validate the claim of 33 percent improved dynamic life of Preform splices.
The 3M motor lead pigtail splice kit series 5380 is cold applied and slips on easily without heat or force.
Two cables enter the splice on one end and one on the other.
The rigs include detailed step-by-step instructions for every kind of splicing application to ensure splice integrity.
Facilities Protection - 3M sealed and free-breathing aerial, buried and underground fiber-optic splice closures and terminals and cabinets protect networks from the elements.
In both greenfield and brownfield fiber deployments, BDO Series Fiber Pedestals offer easy access to branch and drop splices while protecting and storing loose buffer tube fiber optic cables.
Fujikura's expert team of engineers can help fabricate and develop optical parts which may call for a critical splice, helping to fast-track customers' products and brands to market.
The ability to complete a splice repair on the flight deck or flight line without the additional logistical footprint and authorization required for heat-applied splices will be a benefit to workplace safety.
Maxson Automatic Machinery Company offers a feature on its precision sheeters that insures the skids of sheeted stock delivered to the printing press are tree of splices that could smash blankets and cause press downtime.
An advanced system for bodyply stock splice handling not only prevents interference between splices of two different plies, it also does this in a scrap reducing way that is expected to reduce the dispersion of uniformity figures.
As the molecular mechanisms responsible for splice site choice remain poorly understood, the researchers decided to study how some potential splice sites are "silenced," preventing them from forming splices while causing other, weaker splice sites to make splices instead.