quadruplex


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quadruplex

(ˈkwɒdrʊˌplɛks; kwɒˈdruːplɛks)
adj
1. consisting of four parts; fourfold
2. (Electronics) denoting a type of television video tape recorder having four transversely rotating heads
n
(Architecture) Also called: quadplex US a residential building containing four separate units
[C19: from Latin, from quadru- (see quadri-) + -plex -fold]
quadruplicity n
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Adj.1.quadruplex - having four units or components; "quadruple rhythm has four beats per measure"; "quadruplex wire"
multiple - having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual; "multiple birth"; "multiple ownership"; "made multiple copies of the speech"; "his multiple achievements in public life"; "her multiple personalities"; "a pineapple is a multiple fruit"
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The method was improved in 2013, and, by means of quadruplex PCR, can identify the seven defined phylogroups (CLERMONT et al., 2000; CLERMONT et al., 2013; CLERMONT et al.,2015).
We supply duplex, triplex and quadruplex profile heads for supported and unsupported rubber profiles.
The 'Made in India' fighter has quadruplex digital fly-by-wire flight control system with advanced flight control laws.
One of the most impressive and valuable technological advancements of the early 1960s was the introduction of two-inch-wide quadruplex videotape.
The space is a quadruplex with separate floors for rentals, sales, conference rooms and an agent lounge.
Taken together, these results are consistent with a model where FANCJ targets a stalled replication fork at a G4containing DNA site, and then recruits REV1 to efficiently replicate DNA across from the unfolded quadruplex.
The stability of the nucleotide analogs depends on the glycosidic bond conformation, their position of occurrence, and the quadruplex fold.