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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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The enriching primers contain a blocking moeity (typically a DNA analogue) that is incorporated into wild type PCR reactions, which prevents exponential amplification of wild type sequences and hinders the amplifying primers from extending through the blocked site.
The Line-61 a-synuclein mouse model expressing human wild type a-synuclein under control of murine Thy-1 promoter shows high a-synuclein levels with a-synuclein aggregates spread over the entire brain.
Our results reveal the genetic heterogeneity of gynecological cancers and suggest an increased benefit of targeting the PI3K, MAPK, and Wnt pathways in TP53 wild type tumors in both epithelial ovarian cancer and endometrial cancer," said Dr.
Crosses were made between the wild type and mutant to determine the mode of inheritance of green thorax.
Therefore, the aim of this study is to describe qualitative phenotypic differences between wild type mice, diabetic db/db and diabetic ob/ob mice skulls and teeth.
Insects infected with the engineered version caused noticeably less leaf damage than insects infected with the wild type, Dierks says.
The manuscript describes a comprehensive comparison of wild type animals with OmniRat, the first genetically engineered rat to generate fully human antibody specificities.
m] (HOM), (a) (HET), (b) [degrees]C [degrees]C F5 1691G>A Wild type 78.
They first added chloroquine directly to individual DRG neurons from both knockout and wild type animals and used a fluorescent dye to see if the cells responded.
BASF Plant Science GmbH (Germany) has patented a transgenic plant transformed by a casein kinase Stress-Related Polypeptide (CKSRP) coding nucleic acid, wherein expression of the nucleic acid sequence in the plant results in increased tolerance to environmental stress as compared to a wild type variety of the plant.
Several dipeptides also resulted in differences in growth patterns between the flhD and fliA mutants and the wild type Yersinia.