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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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Reyes, "Electrically controlled total internal reflection in nematic hybrid cells," Physical Review E: Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, vol.
* Many concepts, such as hybrid cell, cell mobility, resource balancing, self-* [68] (e.g., self-tuning, selfmanaging, self-adaptation, etc.) capabilities, etc., that we presented in this paper need implementation and performance comparison with existing approaches.
Otsuji et al., "Targeted chromosome elimination from ES-somatic hybrid cells," Nature Methods, vol.
Microscopy of cells in the growth dynamics in vitro showed that during freezing hybrid cells did not undergo any morphological changes and were presented by rounded cells with a good attachment to the substrate similar to the original myeloma cells by the size (Figure 2).
They describe the history and process of somatic hybridization; geno- and phenotypic characteristics of hybrid cells; the use of somatic hybridization in biology and medicine; the etiology and pathogenesis of cancer; factors in malignancy; and their interpretation of the hybridization hypothesis, suggesting a theory of two synkaryons and providing experimental and clinical confirmations.
They studied hybrid cells comprising nanocomposites of titania and diblock copolymers, and the structural influence on the electronic processes of charge generation, transport, separation and recombination.
Between them the universities boast 36 relevant patents ranging from flexible, dye-sensitised solar cells to highefficiency hybrid cells for micro energy generation.
Under the deal with the Peugeot group, Sanyo will provide nickel-metal hybrid cells for Peugeot's two hybrid models which the French carmaker plans to launch in 2011.
To address this issue, engineers at Tadiran successfully combined lithium thionyl chloride chemistry with a unique Hybrid Layer Capacitor (HLC) to create PulsesPlus hybrid cells, which offer higher capacity, lower self-discharge (less than 1 percent/year), lower equivalent serial resistance, a broader temperature range (-40[degrees]C to 85[degrees]C), as