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Synonyms for bind

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to make fast or firmly fixed, as by means of a cord or rope

to apply therapeutic materials to (a wound)

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to be morally bound to do

to unite or be united in a relationship

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something that hinders as if with bonds

create social or emotional ties

make fast

wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose

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secure with or as if with ropes

bind by an obligation

provide with a binding

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cause to be constipated

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Each receptor binds to more man one odor molecule, Willie each odor molecule binds to more than one receptor, "It's the overall pattern of the response of all the receptors that the brain interprets as a smell," says chemist Kenneth S.
Among 3 mutants, only mutant N331A binds to tissues similar to parental recombinant VLP (Figure, panel G).
Here again, loose cable winds off the winch drum, gets tangled and binds. And once again, you need to untangle the cable and crank clockwise to wind it back onto the drum and raise the wing.
By creating a means for ongoing support of ISC's efforts through this new forum, vendors and BIND users will guarantee the continued development of a high quality core Internet DNS (Domain Name Service) implementation.
In conjunction with the amendment, BIND issued Hercules warrants to purchase shares of BIND common stock totaling 3% of the additional amount raised.
The V proteins of paramyxoviruses bind the IFN-inducible RNA helicase, mda-5, and inhibit its activation of the IFN-beta promoter.
* (Jesus says to the twelve), "Truly, I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven" (Matt 18:18).
Genome Canada in partnership with the Ontario Government's Research and Development Challenge Fund, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and industry partners Sun Microsystems, MDS Proteomics and Foundry Networks are to fund Blueprint's BIND software development, database curation, computer hardware and networking.
All gene regulatory proteins recognize and bind specific DNA sequences.
When certain cell-surface receptors bind a chemical stimulus, such as an opiate or a hormone, they interact with so-called G proteins.
Based on previous research, the researchers hypothesized that 17[beta]-estradiol and the EDCs would bind to nonclassical estrogen receptors on the membrane of glucagon-producing [alpha]-cells and activate a sequence of secondary messengers within the cell, leading to control of the transmembrane calcium channel and related calcium oscillations.
Since swine viruses with the same receptor site as A/sw/Iowa/1976/31 bind both SA[alpha]2,3Gal and SA[alpha]2,6Gal (14), A/New York/1/1918 and A/London/1/1919 probably also had the capacity to bind both receptors.
At the moment, the precise mechanism of the differences in the cascade effect of oleate, linoleate, and stearate is unclear, especially because these fatty acids are likely to bind to the same binding sites.
As such, they bind to specific genes and regulate the genes' activities.