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Type

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

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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nidulans using wild type and mutant strains in one transporter or the other.
1B), even to a higher degree than with the wild type strains.
The measured albuminuria was significantly higher in wild type/STZ (291 [+ or -] 8.54 [micro]g/mg) compared to that of non-STZ wild type (25.61 [+ or -]2.18 [micro]g/mg) mice and 28[alpha][beta]DKO/STZ mice (119.6 [+ or -] 5.61 [micro]g/mg) (Figure 1(c)).
PCR-based DNA enrichment uses modifications to the principles of PCR such that wild type DNA amplification is suppressed and mutant/SNP DNA is exponentially amplified.
Additional evidence for the placental adaption was provided by showing lower expression of the transplacental calcium transfer protein calbindin-D9K in Igf2 [P0.sup.+/-] at E17 but not at E19 compared to that of wild types [11].
The simulation of the wild type and mutant PMP22 proteins was performed using GrOmACS 4.5.5 software [26].
For comparing the expressions of the genes in the wild types and the mutant strains, the mean expression of each of the genes in the mutants was divided by the mean expression of the same gene in the wild type 21].
The only exception was the scenario in which patients with the shortest survival times were imputed as KRAS wild type in the cetuximab plus BSC group and patients with the longest survival times were imputed as KRAS mutants in the BSC group.
All the mutants and a wild type strain were divided into six different groups except the mutant EMS-F which appeared unclustered.
Measurement of Serum Sclerostin by an Enzyme-Linked Sandwich Assay in Sost Wild type and Knock-out Mice
The scientists crossed the common, or wild type, variety of sunflower with the double-flowered variety, and their initial findings suggested that a single, dominant gene was responsible for creating the double-flowered mutation.