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not centered or having no center

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In vivo elimination of acentric double minutes containing amplified MYCN from neuroblastoma tumor cells through the formation of micronuclei.
64a) divides once resulting in sporocytes with two plastids while the nucleus is still acentric (Figs.
The EOS predictions from the tuned parameters of critical temperature, critical pressure, binary interaction coefficient, acentric factor and [[OMEGA].sub.b] of the heaviest component in [C.sub.7+] fractions matched well with the experimental saturation pressure.
Micronuclei separated from and in addition to the main nucleus of a cell are the results of acentric fragments or lagging chromosomes that fail to incorporate into either of the daughter nuclei during telophase of the mitotic cells.
Micronuclei arise from acentric chromosome fragments or lagging chromosomes due to spindle abnormalities; and represent the residual DNA damage.
The phases of acentric and additional centric reflections were then chosen by adding them to the map with various possible phases and computing the total entropy of the resulting map.
Micronuclei (MN) separated from and in addition to the main nucleus of a cell are the results of acentric fragments or lagging chromosomes that fail to incorporate into either of the daughter nuclei during telophase of the mitotic cells.
These nowadays commonly used methods require of the knowledge of the critical properties of the fluids involved in the supercritical mixtures and of the acentric factor.
The critical constants and acentric factor of the propane and the equations for the vapour pressure and density of sulpholane were taken from the compilation of Rowley et al.
Primary predictors of implant failure are poor bone quality, chronic periodontitis, systemic diseases, smoking, unresolved caries or infection, advanced age, implant location, short implants, acentric loading, an inadequate number of implants, parafunctional habits and absence/loss of implant integration with hard and soft tissues.
Due to past exposure to radiation applications, more than one MN in one cell and a high acentric ratio were observed.
One of these cases had 2 identical copies of a marker chromosome derived from chromosome 9, with a potential neocentromere, since these "acentric" markers were very stable (Figure 6, A through D; Table 3).
His use of Twitter for announcing his major policy initiatives, political decisions and comments on any event, person or problem is equally unusual, which mainstream political figures around the world may regard as acentric. He is quite impulsive, cannot hold his views back.
Stevens, "Estimation of normal boiling temperatures, critical properties, and acentric factors of deep eutectic solvents," Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, vol.
This material has an acentric structure, where the polarity is affected by the displacement of tungsten atoms from the center of each [W[O.sub.6]] octahedral [49].