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declaring or signifying. Freedom of expression is a HUMAN RIGHT.

EXPRESSION. The term or use of language employed to explain a thing.
     2. It is a general rule, that expressions shall be construed, when they are capable of several significations, so as to give operation to the agreement, act, or will, if it can be done; and an expression is always to be understood in the sense most agreeable to the nature of the contract. Vide Clause; Construction; Equivocal; Interpretation; Words.

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These studies allow the use of the zebrafish GeneChip(R) (Affymetrix) to study differential gene expression in Tilapia.
Tannich, "Differential gene expression in Entamoeba histolytica isolated from amoebic liver abscess," Molecular Microbiology, vol.
The aim of this study was to identify differential gene expression changes in a porcine model of early stage cartilage degeneration in an impact injury OA model.
The multiple comparison test based on P value <0.01 and FDR <0.05 revealed a total of 87 significant differential gene expressions in three different genetic screening groups consisting of MG (pretreatment), MG (treatment), and normal samples.
As a function emerging from pathways of changing gene expression in the brain, the mind is the function of a tissue of the body no different in kind from the functions of other tissues that emerge as a result of differential gene expression under the control of circuits of regulatory DNA.
Real-time RT-PCR and microarray platforms both allow for quantification of differential gene expression in a tumor; however, there are distinct advantages and disadvantages associated with each platform.
Aziz is also working in a collaborative study on differential gene expression in two wheat genotypes under P deficiency.
The topics include estimation and testing in time-course microarray experiments, Bayesian robust inference for differential gene expression, sparsity priors for predicting interaction between proteins, and Bayesian methods for detecting differently expressed genes.
The analysis of differential gene expression and protein levels in endothelial cells, macrophages and smooth muscle cells is critical to elucidating the sequence of events leading to the formation of atherosclerotic lesions, and to understanding the potential anti-atherogenic properties of soy isoflavones.
Bayesian methods for differential gene expression with mixture model approach have also been applied, as follows (34):
Differential gene expression of some lignocellulolytic enzymes in Aspergillus nigerbiofilms
(14) Since then, several studies using microarrays were performed to identify differential gene expression in MS tissue as well as in tissues from experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE), an animal model of MS.

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