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Microvasculature can be selectively damaged using dye lasers: A basic theory and experimental evidence in human skin.
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The SEC requires that in such a case the company "must publicly disclose the information promptly after it knows (or is reckless in not knowing) the information selectively disclosed was both material and nonpublic.
Stereocol resins can be selectively tinted red to highlight specific portions of an SL model.
By controlling such factors as hole spacing, comments Roy Sambles of the University of Exeter in England, it may be possible to create optical filters that selectively transmit certain wavelengths with no diffractive effects.
He is so conscious of how historians of the past have selectively ignored facts because they were committed to retelling a tale they thought would influence powerfully their contemporary political context.
of a unique and cost effective technology capable of selectively individualizing and removing arsenic from contaminated mine water, metal processing streams, mine wastes and tailings.
In their ranks are the old-timers who were selectively cutting long before Maine started a tree farm program in 1952.
British Airways is the recipient of the 500th new aircraft painted with the Desothane(R) selectively strippable aircraft exterior coatings system by PPG Industries' (NYSE:PPG) aerospace coatings group.
The company's new "Solid Imager" creates models from layers of selectively cured photosensitive resins, using either gas or solid-state lasers.
But in principle they could act as sensors for any type of molecule that will bind selectively tothe surface - for instance, specific kinds of antibodies, antigens, cells, or other molecules.
announces that it has developed, at its Research & Development facilities, a revolutionary yet simple, cost-effective technology to selectively remove Arsenic from mining water effluents and metal processing streams.

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