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Related to splicing: Gene splicing, Alternative splicing
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a junction where two things (as paper or film or magnetic tape) have been joined together

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FITEL's fusion splicer products include a full range of hand-held, core alignment and mass fusion splicers plus related splicing tools and accessories.
Compugen has identified an alternative splicing event in the gene that codes for the protein precursor of two natriuretic peptide hormones: atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) and Urodilatin.
Given the massive capital and operational expenses required to perform insertion in the uncompressed domain, satellite and IPTV providers in particular are looking for more compact and cost-effective digital splicing solutions supporting the rapidly growing H.
Course Aim: After completing this course a trainee will be able to explain the basic principles of optical fibre transmission, describe the passive components of optical links including the construction of internal and external optical cables, connectors and splicing enclosures and carry out and interpret basic test measurements on optical fibre.
ExonHit Therapeutics is the world's leader in the analysis of alternative RNA splicing, a process which when deregulated plays a key role in the onset of various diseases.
03 ( ANI ): Turns out, a new method has identified splicing biomarkers for liver cancer.
Alternative splicing is the process in which genes code proteins, determining their role.
Additional features include: touch screen operator interface; tapeless splicing via heat seal butt splicing mechanism; driven unwind shafts for light tension; industry standard PLC control; modular construction for left or right hand web exit; and cantilevered roll loading with outboard support when running.
The complex yarn structure presents a particular challenge to the splicing process when winding.
This process of cutting and joining different pieces of RNA is called splicing, and the proteins that mediate splicing are known as splicing factors.
Human genes are composed of exons and interrupted by introns that must be removed by splicing to create a translatable mRNA.
An intron is any nucleotide sequence within a gene that is removed by RNA splicing to generate the final mature RNA product of a gene.
They cover theory, basic methods, the detection of splicing events, the analysis of splicing in vitro and in vivo, manipulating splicing events, and the bioinformatic analysis of splicing.
Conventional splicing techniques require the use of controlled, high-temperature air in order to heat-shrink the sleeve, sealing the splice from the surrounding elements.
Adhesives Research has launched three new high-performance splicing tapes,ARclad 92719,ARclad 92495Y and ARclad 8811HC.