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Although CT is valuable in elucidating osseous craniofacial anomalies associated with NBCCS, (5) MRI is superior in demonstrating the internal composition and structure of the odontogenic keratocysts that are commonly seen in this syndrome.
But, as Nigel Hawkes wrote in The Times, London, `Those who believed that elucidating the genome would provide the key to understanding everything will have to think again.
Homology searching and ORF identification have been especially useful in revealing the overall metabolic capability of an organism, identifying potential targets for antimicrobial therapy, and elucidating candidate virulence genes.
The study ``may represent a first step toward elucidating a possible molecular basis for atrial fibrillation,'' he wrote.
Many science journalists see their mission as one of recording "official history"--of elucidating, amplifying, and even eulogizing science.
Few if any other discoveries have been of such fundamental importance in explaining the characteristic behavior of rubber and in elucidating the molecular structure of rubberlike materials, including the recent stereospecific polymers.
These important experiments, such as elucidating the full range of DNA alterations in cancer, define a "No Man's Land" in genomics.
Going forward, the company plans to proceed with research, in particular for elucidating how mineral components in the deep sea water affect Helicobacter pylori.
He gives special attention to elucidating how to best select an ototopical antibiotic based on out scientific understanding of the characteristics of currently available drugs.
The Institutes and Centers of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) invite applications for development and application of new technologies in metabolomics to enable research aimed at elucidating biological pathways and networks.
The observations, which will appear in Physical Review Letters, are the consequence of new measurement tools developed for elucidating the structure of polymer blends during processing.
McManamon traces intellectual threads through their elaborations in Vergerio's works, thereby elucidating consistent strands of his thought; Bausi uses the tools of philology to interpret the puzzling coincidence of different vocabularies and styles in Pico's early works; and James attends to the rhetorical strategies of Arienti's writings for different seigneurial patrons, gauging the strictures that audience and social context imposed upon his efforts.