prescission

prescission

(prɪˈsɪʃən)
n
the action of prescinding
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Champagne observes that Peirce emphasizes the logical primacy of certain notions over others via his notion of prescission.
The prescission kinetic energy and intrinsic excitation energy of the fragments are assumed to be null.
The created IA-2icpGEX plasmid contained a linker providing a cleavage site for PreScission Protease (Amersham Biosciences) between GST and IA2ic.
0), and cleaved in the column with 240 U of PreScission Protease for 16-18 h at 4[degrees]C.
GST-IA-2ic in cleared bacterial lysate was bound to a Glutathione Sepharose column, washed, and either eluted with reduced glutathione as the intact fusion protein or cleaved in the column with PreScission Protease, giving free IA-2ic in the eluate.