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TRAIL

A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family that rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L

TRAIL

(trāl)
A member of the tumor necrosis factor ligand family. which rapidly induces apoptosis in a variety of transformed cell lines.
Synonym(s): apo-2L.

trail

a well-defined information pathway that leads from data point to data point and sequentially from analysis to conclusion.

audit trail
as for accounting trail but designed for audit purposes.
diagnostic trail
a diagnostic decision tree.
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Front suspensions are dual A-arms, rear ones being trailing arm.
Kinetic variables all showed moderate to excellent reliability, except for the peak anterior-posterior hand reaction forces in only the group with SCI for both the leading and trailing arms.
The trailing arms also have anchoring points used for pegs when the V-boards are employed for field hunting.
MSRP: $9,399 Engine: 670cc Honda V-twin four-stroke Transmission: Continuously variable transmission Drive Wheels: 2WD, 4WD, differential lock Front Suspension: Independent MacPherson Strut Rear Suspension: Independent Trailing Arm Wheelbase: 76 in Curb Weight: 1,500 lb Ground Clearance: 10 in Fuel Capacity: 7 gal Bed Capacity: 1,000 lb Tow Capacity: 1,500 lb
There are also changes to the front and rear struts and to the bushes on the trailing arms and the steering is more positive.
The three-link rear suspension design features a panhard rod to control the rear axle, a central torque arm attached to the upper front end of the differential and trailing arms at the end of each axle.
On the roadFord luxuryKa Price: pounds 9,695* Insurance group: 4E Mechanical details: Four cylinder 1299cc 59bhp engine, five speed, powered rack and pinion steering, disc/drum brakes, independent front strut suspension with twist beam rear axle, trailing arms and coil springs.
It has the revised suspension and brakes designed to promote better, safer handling in all conditions, although the basic format is as before with independent front wishbones and rear trailing arms sitting on coil springs.