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1 the range of genes expressed at particular stages of cell development. 2 the level and duration of expression of one or more genes in a particular ...

expression profile

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Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2 ed.)

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2008
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Science and technology, Life Sciences
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42 words

... profile 1 the range of genes expressed at particular stages of cell development. 2 the level and duration of expression of one or more genes in a particular cell or tissue (detected, e.g., via sample sequencing, serial analysis, or microarray‐based...

gene expression profile

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Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2 ed.)

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2008
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Science and technology, Life Sciences
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57 words

...expression profile a characteristic pattern or inventory of gene expression from particular cell types, organs, or tissues, under particular physiological or disease conditions. Methods for analysing expression profiles depend on the technology used to measure expression intensities, but are usually classed as sequence tag counting – e.g. expressed sequence tags ( ESTs ), SAGE – or hybridization methods (e.g....

expression profile

expression profile  

1 the range of genes expressed at particular stages of cell development.2 the level and duration of expression of one or more genes in a particular cell or tissue (detected, e.g., via sample ...
expression profiling

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A Dictionary of Biomedicine (2 ed.)

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2019

...expression profiling A shorthand term for ‘gene expression profiling’, a technique in which DNA microarrays are used to give an indication of the genes being expressed under different conditions, e.g. following an environmental insult, following hormonal stimulation, or at a particular developmental...

gene expression profile

gene expression profile  

A characteristic pattern or inventory of gene expression from particular cell types, organs, or tissues, under particular physiological or disease conditions. Methods for analysing expression ...
expression profiling

expression profiling  

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A shorthand term for ‘gene expression profiling’, a technique in which DNA microarrays are used to give an indication of the genes being expressed under different conditions, e.g. following an ...
44 The History of the Book in Australia

44 The History of the Book in Australia   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Book

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2010
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History, Social sciences
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6,048 words
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Oxford University Press
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...of Sydney, started Southerly , now Australia’s longest-running literary journal. The Brisbane journalist Clem Christesen established Meanjin in the following year. Initially a vehicle for Queensland writers, Meanjin had achieved a circulation of 4,000 and a national profile by 1943 . Published with the patronage of the University of Melbourne from 1945 , Meanjin developed during the 1950s and 1960s an increasingly internationalist outlook along with an interest in contemporary political events, as well as in literature and art. Since...

Irish Local and Family History

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Kevin Whelan

The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History (2 ed.)

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2009
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History, Local and Family History
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4,945 words
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Oxford University Press

...genealogy were no longer seen as trivial pursuits by policy‐makers, but as marketable resources. As unemployment soared in the 1980s, schemes were developed which trained young people in computer skills by processing historical and genealogical data. This created a more positive profile for local history among policy‐makers and administrators. In Northern Ireland, in the context of a divided society, local history was seen by educators as a valuable non‐contentious meeting ground for the two traditions, more conducive to creating a healthy sense of a shared past...

gene chip

gene chip  

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An immobilized oligonucleotide array used to screen an RNA sample (after reverse transcription) to determine which genes are being expressed. The oligonucleotides may be specific probes for known ...
hornerin

hornerin  

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A protein (2496 aa) of the fused-type S100 family (see fused gene family); originally identified in mouse but human hornerin has been identified. Hornerin shares structural features, expression ...
Apis mellifera

Apis mellifera  

The domesticated honeybee. There are about 25 races recognized, but the ones most commonly used are the Italian, Caucasian, Carniolan, and German races. These are generally referred to as European ...
slope elements

slope elements  

The differing parts of a slope. These may be convex, straight, or concave; the shape of a slope is an expression of the predominant processes acting on it.Convex slope elements are usually gentle, ...
skateboarding

skateboarding  

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An individual sport in which the boarder balances on a board that is attached to wheels, and performs a range of physical manoeuvres of, at a competitive level, increasingly acrobatic and ...
high jump

high jump  

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An established athletic discipline in its own right, based on clearing a bar suspended by upright posts in an unassisted jump from a running approach (in several earlier Olympics, competitors jumped ...
L' Après-midi D'un Faune

L' Après-midi D'un Faune  

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(Eng. title The Afternoon of a Faun)Ballet in one act with choreography by Nijinsky, music by Debussy, and design by Bakst. Premiered 19 May 1912 by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, at the Théâtre du ...
Olin Levi Warner

Olin Levi Warner  

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(1844–96).Sculptor. A specialist in portrait busts and medallions, he also created ideal subjects. Born in West Suffield, north of Hartford, Connecticut, he spent his early years in upstate ...
mother

mother  

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The word is of Germanic origin, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin mater and Greek mētēr.like mother, like daughter proverbial saying, early 14th century; the ultimate allusion is a biblical ...
Fédération Internationale de Football Association

Fédération Internationale de Football Association  

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(FIFA)Football's international ruling body, founded in 1904, in Paris, by representatives of sporting or football organizations of seven European nations: France, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, ...
profile

profile   Reference library

Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2 ed.)

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Science and technology, Life Sciences
Length:
58 words

... (in sequence analysis) a scoring table that encodes the residue conservation within an aligned domain, used to provide a diagnostic signature for that domain. Profiles provide differential scores/penalties for matches, deletions, or insertions, and for transitions between these states. They are included as a supplement to the regular expressions in the PROSITE database. Compare hidden Markov model...

pattern

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Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Science and technology, Life Sciences
Length:
61 words

...of conserved features of a multiple sequence alignment that can be used to provide a diagnostic signature for related sequences that share the same or similar features. Examples of patterns are a regular expression, profile, hidden Markov model ( HMM ), fingerprint, and block. The term is also sometimes used confusingly as a synonym for regular expression...

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