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The tool groups replicate samples automatically within a project and offers instant flagging to inform researchers about all discordant allele calls.
Attunity understands the Big Data challenges that organizations face and Attunity Replicate 3.
ClearReplica allows you to replicate the whole VOB, a portion of the VOB or even a single or select files.
And at every stage of their lives, we plan to replicate these great experiences for as many black professionals as possible.
Worms are programs that replicate themselves from system to system without the use of a host file.
Because the virus replicates constantly, even such brief exposure can allow drug-resistant viral species to be selected.
Trojan Horse A program that neither replicates nor copies itself, but causes damage or compromises the security of the computer.
Day commissioned Crenshaw Lighting to replicate chandeliers that hung from the original 15-foot-high ceilings based on research into historic patterns and the recollections of long-time tenant Jim McKinnon of Cotswold Industries.
The Technology Center also will include a natural hazards laboratory that will be able to replicate nearly any natural catastrophe, such as hurricane-strength wind and rain and weather extremes, including freezing and thawing, to better determine long-term performance of building materials.
To determine the effect of the extractions on the precision of the results, replicate extractions must be performed.
It is built up from a half replicate two level and six variable factorial, giving [2.
Accessible to researchers in institutes and biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, the REPLICATE Open Innovation Forum aims to stimulate development of new oncology combination therapies by providing access to Virttu's oncolytic virus, SEPREHVIR[TM] (HSV1716).