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The new product features a powerful underlying OLAP engine, with advantages not offered today by current competitors, such as the ability for users to uncouple from the server and superior performance in large-scale applications.
In humans, the extent of uncoupling is partially regulated by the genetic polymorphism Ala55Va1, in which the VV genotype uncouples at a lower rate than the AA genotype (1).
Cooked fruits and vegetables lose much of their original firmness as heating uncouples the links in polymeric pectin, explains Bourne.
The "intelligent" valve lifter is the technology that uncouples the unneeded intake and exhaust valves, while the lifter oil manifold assembly - neatly tucked in an open space in the engine cavity - is responsible for directing engine oil pressure to and from the lifter during cylinder deactivation and reactivation.
The multi-step Pretarget approach uncouples the targeting agent from the cytotoxic therapeutic agent, with separate administration of a recombinant fusion protein to target tumor cells, a synthetic clearing agent to remove unbound fusion protein, and a small-molecule-yttrium-90 radiotherapeutic that attaches rapidly to the pre-localized fusion protein to destroy tumor cells.
The Pretarget approach uncouples the targeting agent from the radionuclide, with separate administration of a fusion protein to target tumor cells, a clearing agent to remove unbound fusion protein, and a radiotherapeutic that attaches rapidly to the pre-localized fusion protein to destroy tumor cells.
The fulcrum pivot valve deactivation system selectively couples and uncouples the engine valve to and from the camshaft.
HealthWave will use our TradeVPI family of products and services, which uncouples Internet security decisions from Web server and browser choices.