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DE. A preposition used in many Latin phrases as, de bone esse, de bonis non.

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In accord with this, Waters has sub-licensed a patent portfolio for Space-Velocity Correlation Focusing, or Delayed Extraction for MALDI-TOF.
Reduction of cation adduction of oligonucleotides (14-16); minimization of DNA degradation, including depurination (17-19); and selection of proper matrices (20-24) are important to obtain high sensitivity, and the delayed extraction technology (25) has reduced ion fragmentation and increased spectral resolution.

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