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Binding

1. In printing, the process that collates and attaches pages to each other to create the finished book or periodical. Binding is also called the bindery line.

2. See: Binding a Tariff.

3. For insurance, see: Binding receipt.
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As in Anslyn's experiments, the test chemicals bind to the receptors, displacing the indicator molecules and causing the dyes to change color.
Meanwhile, if you continue to crank, loose cable winds off the winch drum, gets tangled and binds.
With Blueprint's funding now certain, BIND is poised to become the largest free database in the field of proteomics.
ATP binds in the P-loop in a manner observed in other kinases.
BIND also develops Accurins in collaboration with pharmaceutical and biotechnology partners to enable promising pipeline candidates to achieve their full potential and to utilize selective targeting to transform the performance of important existing drug products.
Jesus consistently exemplifies the right way to bind and loose the scriptures, while the scribes and Pharisees consistently exemplify the wrong way to do so.
In a late-breaking poster presentation entitled "A Phase 1, Open Label, Safety, Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Dose Escalation Study of BIND-014 Given by IV Infusion to Patients with Advanced or Metastatic Cancer," BIND presented clinical data consistent with preclinical observations in which drug concentration at the tumor site and efficacy in multiple tumor types was demonstrated:
Hydrophobic interactions bind some proteins there, while hydrogen bonding or other forces attach yet other proteins to the hot spot.
The Tax Court determined that the letter of intent could not be construed to legally bind or compel the donees to sell their stock warrants at the time of assignment.
Richmond, CA) has been granted a new patent in the United States entitled "Selection of Sites for Targeting by Zinc Finger Proteins and Methods of Designing Zinc Finger Proteins to Bind to Preselected Sites.
BIND will augment its existing US-based core operations and rapidly create additional product and clinical development capacity in a wholly-owned Russian subsidiary to: