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insertion

n. the addition of language at a place within an existing typed or written document, which is always suspect unless initialled by all parties.

insertion

noun addendum, additament, addition, appendix, entry, extension, inclusion, inset, intercalation, interjection, interpolation, interpositio, introduction, penetration, plant, postscript, supplement, transplantation
Associated concepts: codicil, insertion of a clause to a connract, rider
See also: accession, addendum, appendix, attachment, codicil, enclosure, entrance, expletive, inflow, infusion, intervention, rider
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Screening for insertional mutants of Pseudomonas syringae pv.
From August 2014 to March 2016, patients presenting to the Primary Care Sports Medicine Department complaining of heel pain, found to have insertional Achilles calcific tendinosis, unresponsive to conservative treatment (i.
Agrobacterium - mediated insertional mutagenesis (AIM) of the entomopathogneic fungus Beauveria bassiana.
The main barrier to most acceptors is the prospect of whether they will experience insertional and subsequent pain, bleeding and /or discomfort with their IUD.
Complete nucleotide sequence of CTX-M-15-plasmids from clinical Escherichia coli isolates: insertional events of transposons and insertion sequences.
Out of those two, I would say that the OncoSENS (the elimination of telomerase enzyme) is the harder, because it is much more complex and also because it involves gene targeting rather than just insertional gene therapy.
Overexpression of the multidrug efflux operon acrEF by insertional activation with is1 or is10 elements in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium DT204 acrB mutants selected with fluoroquinolones.
Moreover, the risk of insertional mutagenesis by using a retrovirus as a vector for gene delivery is unknown.
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy in the treatment of chronic insertional Achilles tendinopathy.