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in·ter·phase

 (ĭn′tər-fāz′)
n.
The stage of a cell between two successive mitotic or meiotic divisions.

in′ter·phase′ v.

interphase

(ˈɪntəˌfeɪz)
n
(Biology) biology the period between two successive divisions of a cell

in•ter•phase

(ˈɪn tərˌfeɪz)

n.
the period of the cell cycle during which the nucleus is not undergoing division.
[1920–25]

in·ter·phase

(ĭn′tər-fāz′)
The stage of a cell immediately following the completion of cell division (mitosis), during which complete development of the daughter cells takes place.
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Nevertheless, since (15), (16), (20a), (20b), (21a), (21b), (21c) have a rather theoretical character let us give a more specific example of the necessity of these conditions by proposing the following single-valued polynomial representation to approximate interphase Poisson's ratio
FISH employs fluorescently-labeled DNA probes to bind complementary DNA sequences within an interphase cell, or onto metaphase chromosomes.
Proteins expressed by the long and middle isoforms of NuMA were located in nuclear during interphase and spindles during metaphase.
Chandler, AZ, April 19, 2017 --(PR.com)-- SL Interphase's new smartphone "Trinity" is equipped with both and Intel x86 processor and an ARM processor allowing both operating systems to operate simultaneously.
AFM nanomechanical modes have been commonly used for materials that show at interphase regions mechanical properties different than matrix and filler [7-10].
Interphase FISH analysis showed monosomy 7 with probes for RELN (7q22 labeled with spectrum orange) and TES (7q31.2 labeled with spectrum green) in 9.5% of the nuclei, and a 20q deletion with probes for PTPRT (20q12q13 labeled with spectrum orange) and MYBL2 (20q13.12 labeled with spectrum green) was seen in 58.5% of the nuclei.
Interphase FISH was positive for a BCR/ABL1 fusion rearrangement [p210 fusion protein by Quantitative Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-qPCR)] and an IgH/CCND1 fusion rearrangement (dual fusion).
These composites consist of a polymer matrix and nanofillers with an interphase between matrix and fillers.
The nonlinear optical phenomena at interfaces and in thin-film structures of the micrometer and nanometer range containing several interphase boundaries greatly differ from the processes occurring in the bulk of the contacting media, say Aktsipetrov, Baranova, and Evtuykhov, and are therefore interesting from the point of view of fundamental science, in particular the rapidly developing field of surface physics.
Classical ideas of influence on SAS emulsifying ability of its interphase activity and size of the hydrophilic-lipophilic balance (HLB) of molecule [1] are the cornerstone of the effective emulsifiers choice.
He said, "for instance, on the open debate on the 17th (November), which talks about the root causes of conflict, which talks about the interphase between security and development, I'm sure that many countries --both in the Security Council and outside the Security Council--will talk about migration as one of the facts that requires us to get better and better using our development spending to prevent conflict, given that conflict is one of the drivers of migration."