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In this market segment more so than others, it takes more than good product to win over American consumers.
The Sanger method routinely sequences DNA segments containing 800 base pairs, while the 454 Life Sciences report describes sequencing only 100-base-pair segments.
As simple as living in the country sounds, further investigation is warranted due to the complexity of the population--its wants and needs as compared to other market segments, and the significance of this market segment's growth and purchasing power.
Certain polyols tend to separate segment phases much more effectively.
Mid-range products have always been in a difficult position as they try to distinguish themselves from the economy brands, while not taking volume away from the premium segment.
The geniculate ganglion and the labyrinthine segment of the facial nerve can be reached via both the middle fossa approach and the transmastoid approach.
The S RNA segment codes for the nucleocapsid (N) protein, and the M RNA segment codes for the glycoprotein precursor, resulting in the two envelope glycoproteins G1 and G2, while the L segment encodes the putative RNA-dependent polymerase.
Examples of how market factors may yield very different growth results from one application segment to the next including the following:
According to Insignia/ESG, Midtown's Park Avenue segment, a traditional choice for large corporate tenants, saw its availability rate drop to 5 percent, while average asking rents hit $57.
14, Segment Reporting, required that information be reported for both industry segments--groups of related products and services--and geographical segments.
In a relatively recent study by Woodside, Nielsen, Walters and Muller (1988), the results of a national segmentation study confirm that consumers with preferences toward specific hospitals can be segmented into a few distinct groups, and each group or segment has a unique demographic profile.