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synonymous

(sĭ-nŏn′ə-məs)
adj.
Having the character of a synonym: synonymous words; synonymous species.

syn·on′y·mous·ly adv.
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Cream has been synonymous with dance music around the world for 25 years Ann O'Byrne, Deputy Mayor of Liverpool
Both synonymous and missense variation are one-base substitution; however, synonymous variation does not cause any change in amino acid sequence while missense does.
The state-of-the-art space combines modern Arabian design elements and the understated elegance and luxury synonymous with the Etihad Airways brand, demonstrating the airline's legendary hospitality and constant drive for perfection in its multi-award-winning First Class experience, both on the ground and in the air.
Key words: American mink, synonymous mutation, silent mutation, biological effect, growth hormone gene
A vast array of research has been done on the members of albumin superfamily; however, so far, studies related to the usage of synonymous codon and the factors influencing the codon usage in this gene family have not been done.
Relative synonymous codon usage (RSCU) [14] is one of the most widely used parameters for querying the pattern of synonymous codon usage across genes and genomes without confounding influence of the amino acid composition.
In the NP segment, 4 positions demonstrated heterogeneity; 3 were synonymous and 1 induced amino acid change E421K.
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The phrase became synonymous with the assassination of Julius Caesar and popularized in William Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar."
But that kind of rock isn't synonymous with the North East's beautiful but rugged shoreline (sorry, Whitley Bay, your resort heyday is behind you).
London, March 27 (BNA) -- An arena synonymous with thunderous Six Nations combat was the stage for a mismatch as Wales achieved something few international teams have managed in recent months: they made England look like masters of their fate.
Summary: Bruce Willis says he deeply admires John McClane, the Die Hard character that he is synonymous with: