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Synonyms for cleave

cleave to

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Synonyms for cleave

to separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument

to hold fast

Synonyms for cleave

separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument

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make by cutting into

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Patients with localized and disseminated tumors have reduced but measurable levels of ADAMTS-13 (von Willebrand factor cleaving protease).
For semiconductor wafers cleaving is accomplished by placing a sharp pointed object on one side of the wafer and applying pressure at the opposite side starting the cleave.
The patent claims broadly cover non-RNA containing nucleic acid catalysts capable of cleaving a target RNA molecule including DNAzymes or derivatives thereof.
The automated cleavers ultimately allow the user to streamline the cleaving process undisrupted to cleave single or multiple fibers with maximum precision and time efficiency.
After cleaving the DNA, BglII resets itself to an open position.
This invention also provides a process, for the production of a desired protein or peptide product in native form, comprising: transforming a host organism with a vector as described above; expressing the desired protein or peptide product as a fusion protein comprising the desired protein or peptide product fused to a Factor Xa cleavage site; and a cleaving the fusion protein with Factor Xa to yield the foreign gene product in native form.
The HTC-20 fiber cleaver is a high precision fiber cleaver developed for cleaving silica fiber to designated lengths prior to fusion splicing.
In further experiments, described in the May 1 Science, the scientists discovered that LF inhibits the MAPK signaling pathway by cleaving other proteins that would normally activate MAPK.