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a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction

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These CCD genes are related to the specific Replikin gene sequence structures previously described in which relate to infectivity and lethality (1-8).
For the last 3 years, self-reported surveys of beekeepers have found that winter colony losses have averaged about 30 percent, with around one-third of those losses ascribed to CCD, according to Jeff Pettis, research leader of the Bee Research Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, who heads up the Agricultural Research Service's CCD research effort.
The underlying goals of these pioneering efforts to pay for CCD are twofold: (1) to adequately cover the cost of providing CCD and (2) to align incentives with the delivery of CCD in a way that leads to better outcomes.
In a Phase 3, multi-centre clinical study, the safety and efficacy of Vitala™ CCD was evaluated when worn up to 12 hours a day by individuals with an end colostomy.
The second introduced a commercial system using two CCD cameras, and the deformation of the sidewall in the dynamic regime was determined.
Jaime Gomez, the CCD is much more sensitive than a diode array, and it can capture a signal with very little illumination--such as inside an operating extruder.
Previous recipients of the award include Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega; former President Jimmy Carter; Maria Cristina Herrera, director of the Center for Cuban Studies; CCD founder and sociologist Alejandro Portes and others.
Today, more than ever, CCD is relentlessly driven to remain one of the top cutting die manufacturers in the world.
The camera features include a 2,400-by-1,800-pixel resolution CCD sensor, an equivalent Canon 35-100mm (2.
Incorporating the same miniaturization technology as the HR version, the Super CCD SR also features a new configuration that produces approximately four times wider dynamic range than third-generation Super CCD.
However, the cost of a CCD camera can be prohibitive to everyday observing.
To help meet its goal of ensuring a smooth transition from 1999 to 2000 with uninterrupted service to its customers, BCBSMA selected CCD consultants to check its previously remediated COBOL code, and provide Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) using CCD's automated tool, Beyond 1999/Validate(tm).
In 1990, over 2,100 property owners, commercial tenants and employers in Center City Philadelphia joined together to establish the CCD, a private sector organization committed to making the downtown of America's fourth largest city clean, safe and attractive.
As his team hunted for the CCD gene, Olsen heard that two other groups had created mice with a similar skeletal disorder by mutating the mouse Cbfa1 gene.
In this research service, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets/applications/technologies: DR (flat-panel, CCD, CMOS, and storage phosphor detectors), CR (single- and multi-plate scanners), and tiers of end users (hospitals, imaging centers, and so on).