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(trăns′lāt′, trănz′-, trăns-lāt′, trănz-)
v. trans·lated, trans·lating, trans·lates
v.tr.
Biology To subject (messenger RNA) to translation.

trans·lat′a·bil′i·ty n.
trans·lat′a·ble adj.
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The heart failure study is assessing the impact of ITI-214 on cardiovascular function in humans and will help determine if the positive preclinical findings seen in animal models are translatable to humans.
KARACHI -- Due to the efforts of Program Management and Implementation Unit of Sindh Basic Education Program, Sindhi Language has attained status of translatable language in 102 international languages of the world on Google translate.
Part one focuses on geography, trade routes, and the repeated place-name oMediolanum,o translatable as omiddle earth.o Part two explores the scientific and cultural knowledge of the Celts, particularly the Druids.
"ArunA's novel human stem cell-based systems recapitulate the human brain condition and could potentially reduce animal model use with translatable human high throughput screening in a dish.
John Ryals, Metabolon president and CEO, said the company believes that providing metabolomic profiling capabilities at the various R&D stages is important to enhance the phenotypic "picture" in order to yield translatable, meaningful results.
This event focuses on a series of values translatable via awareness programs, including Parents Foster Homes programs, medical checkups, introductory corner of (Al-Bir Project), His Highness' Corner for Young Women to reinforce lofty ideals and provide consultation for family members and also the Productive Families' Corner.
"If we understand which genes are different or are expressed differently in naked mole rats - compared to short-lived mice that clearly have poor defenses against aging and cancer - we might find clues as to why the naked mole rat is able to extend both health span and longevity, as well as fight cancer, and this information could be directly relevant and translatable to humans," Rochelle Buffenstein, co-worker of the study, said.
That's probably how we ended up here in this extravaganza of shops, this oasis, as a poem born on the tip of another's tongue, as perfectly translatable synonyms for that word: "exile."
These arc attributes readily translatable to Europe."
of California Santa Barbara) challenges the idea that the Anglo-American law is objective, and secular, and, in his words, "translatable across political boundaries and religious communities." After an introductory essay on connecting religion, race, and rights, each chapter focuses on a specific legal landmark of the last 400 years, beginning with early moves toward separation of church and state.
"That is where work needs to be done because they do not speak English, and TRC' is not a translatable term."
In so doing, they decided not to limit themselves to showing younger artists (as is Manifesta's tradition) and also bypased overtly political art in favor of what Gioni calls "works that refused to be immediately translatable or transparent ...