coassembly

coassembly

With respect to exports, a cooperative arrangement (e.g., US Government or company with foreign government or company) by which finished parts, components, assemblies, or subassemblies are provided to an eligible foreign government, international organization, or commercial producer for the assembly of an end-item or system. This is normally accomplished under the provisions of a manufacturing license agreement per the US International Traffic in Arms Regulation and could involve the implementation of a government-to-government memorandum of understanding.
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The potential for beta-structure in the repeat domain of tau protein determines aggregation, synaptic decay, neuronal loss, and coassembly with endogenous tau in inducible mouse models of tauopathy.
Db3 an atypical nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit from Drosophila: molecular cloning heterologous expression and coassembly.
Prebinning of the SAG data using average nucleotide identity (ANI) (Konstantinidis et al, 2006) prior to coassembly of these datasets may be beneficial in this regard.
They suggested that coassembly of the magnesium stearate and the ionomer brings synergistic effects towards increasing the modulus by three folds (14).
Coassembly of KvLQT1 and mink (IsK) proteins to form cardiac [I.
While there are inherent limitations on these European sales due to the smaller defense budgets of many of the purchasing countries, creative seller financing options, as well as the use of coassembly, co-production, and counter-trade to offset costs to the buyers, have continued to facilitate new arms agreements here.