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knockdown

verb accost, assault, attack, batter, be reckless in harming a person, beat, besiege, damage, deal a blow, harm, hit, hurt, inflict harm, inflict injury, injure, shruck off
Associated concepts: assault, battery, dart out case, hit and run
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Intravitreal administration of a conjugated siRNA targeting mouse transthyretin demonstrated a dose-dependent and sustained knockdown of TTR, with maximal (greater than 95%) suppression achieved at doses as low as 15 micrograms per eye and lasting up to Day 135 post a single injection.
Joshua got up after the third knockdown and fourth knockdowns in the seventh but he spat out his mouth guard and the referee waived it off while he leaned on the ropes.MEDICAL ATTENTIONJoshua needed medical attention after the bout and did not attend the post-fight news conference.
"He caught me with the overhand right but it was a flash knockdown. I got back up again and I was fine.
Rat myocardial fibroblasts transfected with AAT1 knockdown virus, AAT2 knockdown virus, or empty virus were seeded into the cell migration chamber.
Effects of irradiation on cell apoptosis and proliferation were enhanced by HULC knockdown in PCa cells
We found that TUG1 was overexpressed in PC tissues and that TUG1 knockdown significantly inhibited cell proliferation and invasion of PC in vitro and in vivo.
Labbe, "Striking similarities between publications from China describing single gene knockdown experiments in human cancer cell lines," Scientometrics, vol.
Smith wanted to take the fight into the trenches late on and it looked like that would be the case until the first knockdown in the seventh.
I had a letter published on this very page suggesting that they offer them for sale at a knockdown price to young people wanting to get a foot on the property ladder but who could not get a decent mortgage.