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translationally

(trænsˈleɪʃənəlɪ)
adv
in a manner which uses translation
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Molecular cloning and characterization of a cassava translationally controlled tumor protein gene potentially related to salt stress response.
These results indicated that transgenes were successfully expressed transcriptionally and translationally in transgenic alfalfa plants.
But one should also remember that under the postulates of this theory if two lingual units are translationally convergent and homosignificative (under Po 11), then consequently they will not be excessively divergent under Po 12.
The grant from MFJJ will help to facilitate the testing of Mission Therapeutics' potent and selective USP30-targeted inhibitors in translationally relevant stem cell-derived Parkinson's disease models.
The other highly expressed genes included, collagen alpha-2(I) chain, acidic cysteine-rich secreted protein, cytochrome c oxidase subunit I, NADH dehydrogenase subunit 1, thymosin, beta 10, acidic ribosomal phosphoprotein PO, uteroferrin-like, ubiquitin, translationally controlled tumor protein 1, elongation factor 1-alpha 1, ferritin light chain-like and senescence-associated protein.
FGF2 translationally induced by hypoxia is involved in negative and positive feedback loops with HIF-1[alpha]," PLoS ONE, vol.
Because of the coordinated movement of four piezo elements, the threaded rod inside the drive begins to move translationally without twist.
Because there will be no "field operators" there will be no need for a translationally invariant vacuum to build particles from.
Translationally It has been implicated in important cellular controlled tumor processes, such as cell growth, cell cycle protein progression, and malignant transformation and in the protection of cells against various stress conditions and apoptosis.
It is well known that the separable and translationally invariant solution (1) is only possible in a cylindrical frame [4].
Both such methods typically involve translationally moving a magnetic source rapidly over a conductive surface.
It has been believed by some researchers that TIMP useful to limit bone resorption/ remodeling process so that it can restrict translationally orthodontic tooth movement.
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