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Synonyms for rearrangement

a change in normal place or position

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Rearrangements of the NTRK1 gene occur in <5% of papillary thyroid carcinomas.
The findings were published earlier this year in the Journal of Organic Chemistry, including rearrangement step classifications and a new table listing the energy barrier heights for various steps.
General Procedure for the Rearrangement of 5-methyl-3-nitrosoindolizine Derivatives
In these patients, loss of fertility is mainly caused by the high prevalence of gametes that have lost or gained chromosome material as a result of the rearrangement of the derivative chromosomes or a generation of a recombinant chromosome.
Amplification of Ig genes rearrangements have been proposed as a appropriate method to lymphoma diagnosis (9).
A putative structural rearrangement between chromosome 2 and 5 was found in both the test, in this case mixture B (see online Supplemental Fig.
It was also hypothesized that the 4PL model would perform better in alleviating the inappropriate item problems of reviewable CAT than the rearrangement procedure, or at least, improve the performance of rearrangement procedure by incorporating with it.
The May 1974 word Ways noted that the alphabetic rearrangement UAOEYJQXVGMHKTPSZDBFCNRLWI, which moved I to the end of the sequence, generated a single heterogram, OBI, in the Merriam-Webster Pocket Dictionary.
The method, known as PARE (Personalized Analysis of Rearranged Ends), "is based on next-generation mate-paired analysis of resected tumor DNA to identify individualized tumor-specific rearrangements," Dr.
The method his colleagues reported last month is more thorough, since the rearrangement is likely to occur in every cancer cell in the patient's body.
Just as important, the genomes were different from each other, with multiple distinctive patterns of rearrangement observed, supporting the view that breast cancer is not one, but several diseases.
The rearrangement of the visit to Carlisle, postponed last Saturday, for February 10, has already left Walsall facing fixtures on three successive Tuesday nights.
However, these carriers can produce a significant percentage of gametes with an unbalanced combination of the parental rearrangement, there is a more or less significant risk, according to cases, of chromosomal imbalances in their offspring.
A major goal in understanding MLL rearrangement is the identification of proteins that recognize specific DNA sequence or chromatin structure in the MLL bcr.
4] (PPA) was found to be an efficient new reagent for probing the mechanism of acylation reactions and Fries rearrangement of acyloxy benzene derivatives and also the direct acylation reactions of phenol derivatives with Carboxylic acids.