start point


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start point

Etymology: ME, sterte + L, punctum, prick
the initial nucleotide transcribed from a DNA template in the formation of messenger RNA.
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Reduce the operating cost of the system and the cost of output products by increasing the Start Point warranty period up to 2 years comparing to the standard offerings.
Sergey Stepanenko , Head of PDM / PLM Department at IBA IT Park, comments: Apart from the basic measured benefits, the use of Start Point contributes to the quality of the products, as it allows for identifying and eliminating the causes of quality deviations and for monitoring remedial actions.
In this example, the tool sits at the arc start point.