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Delisting

The removal of a stock from trading on an exchange. Delisting occurs when a publicly-traded company violates the exchange's rules, or, more commonly, when the company ceases to meet listing requirements. For example, when a company's market capitalization falls below a certain level, it is in danger of delisting.

deleted

Of or relating to a security that is no longer listed on a securities exchange.
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1p36 Deletion Syndrome is not yet on the pre-approved list for government support the way other chromosome disorders, such as Down Syndrome, is.
However, firms deleted from the index leave with smaller cash holdings, but will increase cash levels immediately after the deletion.
This genetic deletion is much more prevalent in some populations than others: it is found in only 8 per cent of Europeans, but is present in 93 per cent of the population of Oceania.
Among the 128 probands tested using mPCR, 40 (31%) deletion mutations were identified (Table 1).
cellular component is not total, not only within a dNF (and other NF1-associated traits) (17) but also in tissues showing mosaicism for a constitutional NF1 deletion, we first checked the reliability of the qPCR assay for detecting deletions in the context of mosaicism.
The mean percentage of nuclei with homozygous deletion pattern was 81.
PCR-based deletion detection methods often need a separate test for each of the common Y microdeletions, such as the gr/gr deletion (14) or the b2/b3 deletion (15), and very few of these studies look at all possible deletions.
None of the patients in the present study showed individual deletion in AZFa region using sY81, sY84 and sY86 sequence tagged sites, although deletion in this region was observed in combination with deletions in other AZF regions in one patient.
Although the 4 deletions are conserved in all HP-PRRVs, the increased pathogenicity of HP-PRRSV may not merely be caused by the deletions; pathogenicity is affected by multigenetic factors.
In her study, children with a chromosome 16 DNA deletion "have a very strong drive to eat," said Farooqi, who co-led the research.
2 deletion in the subgroup of 299 subjects who had autism or developmental disorders, "a finding that was consistent with the 1% frequency observed" in the Children's Hospital cohort with autism or developmental disorders.
People with a 22q deletion have a part of the ``q'' arm missing.