Profection

Pro`fec´tion


n.1.A setting out; a going forward; advance; progression.
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On child profection, see Marlee Kline, "Complicating the Ideology of Motherhood: Child Welfare Law and First Nation Women" (1993) 18 Queen's LJ 306 [Kline, "Complicating the Ideology of Motherhood"].
For example, the word "profection" in B1 (52r) becomes "perfection" in B2 (27v) and then in B3 (10v) is copied as "protection" which in turn has a strike-through and is replaced with the interlinear insertion "promanation." Like B2, B3 on occasion also makes substantive omissions.
profection] perfection B2 | protection <promanation> B3 Here where the word "profection" is found in the text, the copy-text B1 has "profection"; B2 has "perfection"; and B3 has "protection" with a strike-through and in its place the insertion "promanation."
Vesicular stomatitis virus G (VSV-G) pseudotyped lentivirus was produced by transient transfection of 293 FT cells with the self-inactivating transfer vector plasmid (LNT-GFP, LNT-Ii-CLIP, or LNT-Ii-CII), the multideleted packaging plasmid pCMVAR8.74, and the VSV-Genvelope pMD.G2 by calcium phosphate coprecipitation (ProFection Mammalian Transfection System, Promega Biotech AB, Stockholm, Sweden) and concentrated by ultracentrifugation at 90,000 g.
Milanese architect and designer Matteo Thun designed Profection, a new cutlery line that melds the classic values of a Henckeis knife with new technology.
The Twin Profection includes eight knives (an 8-inch chef retails for $140) and a sharpening steel.
Prefection Painting, Profection Painting Inc., 7736 Casey Road, Deming, WA 98244.