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to perceive, especially barely or fleetingly

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

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discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of

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Ultra-miniature detect switches are playing a significant role in a number of applications today.
Designed to detect the T790M mutation in exon 20 of the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene, the new assay will allow drug developers to investigate its reported association with acquired resistance and can act as a useful tool to predict drug response.
What that means is you need more-sensitive assays" to detect the molecules' presence, he says.
This is actually the most difficult fault to detect because of the numerous angles in which a broken wire can be laying on the web and thereby generating a large variety of signal types and amplitudes.
This additional time allows the otolaryngologist to detect any re-emergence of pathogens that were not eradicated.
Conventional metal detectors are used for most de-mining, but they are notoriously slow and inaccurate because they respond to all metal objects and don't detect most new landmines, which come covered in plastic.
Handheld and small area detectors usually detect radiation with sodium iodide and are less sensitive than large area portal systems.
Over four years of research and pilot studies by scientists at Fairway and The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) indicates the system can detect breast cancer tumors potentially as small as 2 millimeters, five time smaller than most malignant breast tumors detected currently.
Troops can place these on their uniforms or vehicles to detect nerve gas or blister-causing compounds.
The NMP22 BladderChek Test detects elevated levels of the NMP22 protein marker in a single urine sample.
Furthermore, scientists can design sensors to detect mixtures that even in high concentrations are odorless to people.
A doppler device detects the resulting tissue motion, and a video screen displays a color "map" of the contrasting vibrational patterns.
In many cases, these sensors are based on enzymes that are isolated from biological sources and purified before they are coated onto the surface of an electrode that detects a chemical either produced or consumed during the enzymatic reaction.
The system, detects radioactive and nuclear material entering or exiting the Port without disrupting port operations or workflow.