(1) However, the advent of the polymerase chain reaction, coupled with a boom in funding for human immunodeficiency virus research have moved retroviral research apace, raising questions as to whether novel contributions would be realized.
(2) Amino acid composition analysis of APAC revealed the presence of glutamic acid:glycine:cysteine residues at 2:1:1 ratio.
(3) Shipping off undesirable immigrants proved enormously popular among Democrats and Republicans alike, and mass deportations continued apace under Presidents Bush and Obama – overwhelmingly to Mexico and Central America.
(4) The decline of two-party dominance has been gradual but continues apace, as insurgent forces enter the field and confuse the picture.
(5) The trend has grown apace since Tarantino's double Bill proved a financial godsend for Miramax, while audience resistance has dwindled to nothing.
(6) And then, there's the granddaddy of the whole thing, globalisation, which has proceeded apace without adequate international controls.
(7) Medical demand for such bone is expanding rapidly and the nation's bone-banking system is struggling to grow apace.
(8) Sir John ushered George inside to continue their meeting, while out on the patio other Bilderberg briefings carried on apace.
(9) The difference in Manchester is that Richard [Manchester council leader Sir Richard Leese] and Howard [Bernstein] and all the other council leaders have identified rightly that transport is an integral part of creating economic growth.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest Work on Crossrail in London is proceeding apace.
(10) Meanwhile in Britain, the game of Russian roulette played out by young drug users every night continues apace, with the risks continually heightened by the introduction of ever more dangerous drugs, such as PMA, which killed 23 people last year .
(11) Brown was right about that, but de-industrialisation continued apace during his time as chancellor and prime minister.
(12) Tesco's Korean and Chinese businesses are growing apace, but its European stores had a difficult year as consumers were battered by the recession.
(13) APAC was isolated from freshly harvested cells, by ion exchange chromatography on DEAE cellulose, ultrafiltration through a 3000 dalton cut off filter and high pressure liquid chromatography through a reversed phase C-18 column.
(14) We always said the best time for that was the two years after the Games and then they need to start on the road to Rio.” The changes have come apace.
(15) The clinical use of inert materials for internal fixation and joint replacement devices is increasing rapidly; studies on the effect of these materials on bacteria and host resistance to infection have not kept apace.
(16) The process of democratisation surrounding books has increased apace; more is written about books, by more people, in more places.
(17) As such, it was an indication of mounting global concern about the technology, as its adoption by military forces gathers apace.
(18) said some schmuck called Tim Jonze (stupid surname btw) David Bowie – The Next Day An album that's thought-provoking, strange and filled with great songs - listening to The Next Day makes you hope it's not a one-off, that his return continues apace.
(19) Expansion will continue apace in the current financial year, with plans for just under 1m sq ft of new space including new stores in Milton Keynes, York and Carlisle as well as across Europe.
(20) Ascorbate peroxidase active component (APAC) was purified and characterized in Synechococcus PCC 9742 (R2) cells.
(adv.) Speedily; with haste or celerity; soon; without delay; quick.
(1) However, ticks, which failed to finish their feeding and represent a disproportionately great part of the whole parasite's population, die together with them and the parasitic system quickly restores its stability.
(2) She was organised, good with people, very grown up and quickly proved herself to be indispensable.
(3) The adaptive filter processor was tested for retrospective identification of artifacts in 20 male volunteers who performed the following specific movements between epochs of quiet, supine breathing: raising arms and legs (slowly, quickly, once, and several times), sitting up, breathing deeply and rapidly, and rolling from a supine to a lateral decubitus position.
(4) The Pakistan government, led as usual by a general, was anxious to project the army's role as bringers of order to a country that was sliding quickly towards civil war.
(5) This is a struggle for the survival of our nation.” As ever, after Trump’s media dressing-down, his operation was quick to fit a velvet glove to an iron fist.
(6) This procedure can quickly provide acrosome-reacted bull sperm for use with various in vitro fertilization procedures and for assessment of male fertility.
(7) In a poll before the debate, 48% predicted that Merkel, who will become Europe's longest serving leader if re-elected on 22 September, would emerge as the winner of the US-style debate, while 26% favoured Steinbruck, a former finance minister who is known for his quick-wit and rhetorical skills, but sometimes comes across as arrogant.
(8) But still we have to fight for health benefits, we have to jump through loops … Why doesn’t the NFL offer free healthcare for life, especially for those suffering from brain injury?” The commissioner, however, was quick to remind Davis that benefits are agreed as part of the collective bargaining process held between the league and the players’ union, and said that they had been extended during the most recent round of negotiations.
(9) The cells were taken from cultures in low-density balanced exponential growth, and the experiments were performed quickly so that the bacteria were in a uniform physiological state at the time of measurement.
(10) "The pattern of consumption is that among ebook readers there is a desire to pre-order, or get it quickly, so ebook sales are particularly high in the first few weeks," he said.
(11) There is no immediate sign that returns on Cuadrilla's investments so far will be quick.
(12) Both of these bills include restrictions on moving terrorists into our country.” The White House quickly confirmed the president would have to sign the legislation but denied this meant that its upcoming plan for closing Guantánamo was, in the words of one reporter, “dead on arrival”.
(13) Both targets were found more quickly in the high-probability location than in the other locations, but the advantage associated with targets in the high-probability location was larger for the inducing target than for the test target.
(14) These results, in addition to binding studies with the active site titrant N2-(5-dimethylaminonaphthalene-1-sulfonyl)arginine N-(3-ethyl-1,5-pentanediyl)amide, indicate that binding interactions at the catalytic site of Thrombin Quick I are unaltered.
(15) Ultrasonic fragmentation through the pars plana is a quick and easy method for relieving the condition.
(16) After a quick look around, he too left for his hotel.
(17) The maximal shortening velocity (Vmax) was obtained from force-velocity relations determined by the quick-release method.
(18) On the basis of studies of Ca2+ transients in muscles subjected to quick release, it has been suggested that force or shortening-mediated changes in Ca2+-troponin C affinity may provide a mechanism for a contraction-activation feedback.
(19) A 63-year-old man, with a Waldenström's disease discovered by cryoglobulinemia (ischemic lesions of fingers) was quickly aggravating (hyperviscosity syndrome) under treatment by chlorambucil in a dosage of 8 mg daily.
(20) It was found that sonography was a quick and simple method.