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A unit of measurement formerly used in surveying and still seen in deeds with old property descriptions.One chain equals 66 feet.

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The study objectives are to present the Polymerase Chain Reaction Consumable development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.
Along with their mind-blowing wins at the MENA Search Awards 2018, Chain Reaction also won two Gold Stevie[R] Awards earlier this year; gaining recognition both internationally and locally.
Performance of this polymerase chain reaction method was compared against the microscopy results.
Chain Reaction Cycles MD Chris Watson said: "This is an exciting new chapter for the Chain Reaction Cycles brand.
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Awarded to the most consistent finisher in the Aviva Tour of Britain, the Chain Reaction Cycles Points Jersey is Britain's equivalent of the Tour de France's green jersey.
The aim of Chain ReACTion is to ensure suppliers understand what Coast & Country expects to see from them in terms of social value.
Roper's process, which he developed while working at the University of Utah, uses gold nanoparticles to increase the efficiency of the chain reaction.
Paul Barker, business development director at PD Ports, commented: "Chain Reaction is an important collective voice, with members acknowledging that we need to work together to make our goal a reality.
"I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same.
Each issue of Chain Reaction is based on a scientific topic or theme.
QIAGEN, Venlo, Netherlands, a leading provider of products for preanalytical sample preparation and molecular diagnostics, today launched its new QIAGEN Fast Cycling PCR product line, which substantially accelerates and streamlines the polymerase chain reaction (PCR).