What's the difference between deletable and erasable?
(1) Moreover, homozygous deletion of the FMS gene may be an important event in the genesis of the MDS variant 5q- syndrome.
(2) None of the 4NQO- or 4HAQO-induced mutants is a multilocus deletion mutant.
(3) In strains completely deleted for galR, the gene which encodes the Gal repressor, the operon is derepressed by only 10-fold without an inducer.
(4) Delta roc, which extends from base pairs 41883 to 43825, overlaps the nin5 deletion, which extend from base pairs 40501 to 43306.
(5) The deletions and substitutions appear to occur in separate molecules.
(6) By external deletion, we have identified RXE composed of 205 nucleotides.
(7) A 6.4 kilobase C4B-5'-specific Taq I fragment usually provided a reliable guide to the presence of a C4A deletion but unusually in one instance this fragment was found to be a marker of a functioning C4A gene.
(8) Three distinct antigenic regions of bovine somatotropin (bST) were identified on the basis of the ability of a set of monoclonal antibodies to bind to proteolytic fragments and deletion variants of recombinant bST (rbST) in Western blot analyses.
(9) Analysis of glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) expression by enzyme assay and immunoblots, as well as Northern and dot blots of poly (A)+ RNA, in the deletion strains indicates that there are two upstream regulatory sequences that control the level of gene expression.
(10) Analysis of genetic markers associated with the deleted haplotypes pointed to the independent origin of similar deletions and the involvement of intergenic sequences in the mispairing-recombination process.
(11) Cells transfected with either the first or second construct and selected for the TK+ phenotype were then tested for TK induction after superinfection with HSV-1(F) delta 305, containing a deletion in the coding sequences of the TK gene, and viruses containing, in addition, a ts lesion in the alpha 4 regulatory protein (ts502 delta 305) or in the beta 8 major DNA-binding protein (tsHA1 delta 305).
(12) No 7 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity and only a trace of 7 alpha-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity could be demonstrated when bile acid was deleted from the growth medium.
(13) All four human MBP variants were identical except for the insertion of deletion of two peptide fragments corresponding to those encoded by exons 2 and 5 of the MBP gene.
(14) Molecular analysis of HPRT- mutant DNAs showed a high frequency (69%) of clones with partial or full deletions of the hprt gene among radiation-induced mutants compared with spontaneous mutants (31%).
(15) Reciprocal translocations involving the short arm of acrocentric chromosomes can segregate to produce partial duplications without associated deletions.
(16) Considering those portions of the molecule that can be deleted without a loss of catalytic activity, one is left with a catalytic center of approximately 130 nucleotides that is solely responsible for the molecule's activity.
(17) Twenty-nine deletion breakpoints were mapped in 220 kb of the DXS164 locus relative to potential exons of the Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy gene.
(18) Then these two repeats were separated and deleted systematically to obtain various deletions.
(19) Although T cell tolerance to self antigens is primarily a reflection of clonal deletion in the thymus, recent evidence suggests that mature T cells are subject to negative regulation in the post-thymic environment: Extrathymic tolerance is the result of clonal anergy in some studies and T cell deletion in others.
(20) We report two cases of leiomyomas of the uterus with a deletion of the long arm of chromosome 13.
(a.) Capable of being erased.
(1) 5) and erased from the original Kauffmann-White-Schema and the Arizona Antigenic Schema to avoid a wrong diagnosis.
(2) Paterson added in the letter, published on the PoliticsHome website : "However, the government is rightly committed to advancing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and has already taken action to do so by allowing those religious premises that wish to carry out civil partnerships to do so, erasing historic convictions for consensual gay sex and putting pressure on other countries that violate the human rights of LGBT people.
(3) In her study, Mandel explains how the media’s “narrative of polarisation” erases multiple and complex interactions, reducing everything to a hostility that is framed by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
(4) Eating at the meal site erased significant differences in dietary intake of nutrients consumed at home related to sex, education, and occupation.
(5) I sometimes think about erasing them, but that would be like pretending it didn't happen.
(6) Conservatives were unhappy the measure doesn’t erase enough of Obama’s law while at the other end of the party’s spectrum, moderates were upset the bill would strip millions of health coverage.
(7) Although the conservative-dominated coalition has made headway in purging the state sector since it assumed power in June 2012, sceptical attitudes have been hard to erase.
(8) "It's not like [2006 solo album] The Eraser at all," he said.
(9) The government is now considering whether to ask the employees, most of whom work in waste disposal and public transport, to have their tattoos erased, or even to find another job.
(10) That it may conceal, or even completely erase, major abnormalities of ventricular repolarization induced by certain drugs is not so well known.
(11) Feinstein’s speech this morning seems unlikely to erase that perception.
(12) The UN report, based on interviews with dozens of survivors, said on Thursday that the Islamist militants, who include foreign fighters, had been systematically capturing Yazidis in Iraq and Syria since August 2014 , seeking to “erase their identity”.
(13) Nonetheless, the project may have helped to erase the stereotype that all teenage fathers neglect their parental responsibilities.
(14) The second echo type consisted of one of the animal's echolocation clicks, previously measured, digitized and stored in an erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM).
(15) Any idea that filming may be glamorous has been erased from my daughter's head.
(16) Child survival gains in the last three decades in the developed world could be quickly erased at low levels of maternal HIV infection, but gains would not be completely offset in the developing world until more than 40% of mothers became infected with HIV.
(17) The police are reluctant to pursue the case and, according to the Express Tribune, phone records for the last 18 days of Shahzad's life have been mysteriously erased.
(18) For her, the few memories of that night but the many of its extended aftermath cannot be erased.
(19) The demonstrations' bloody ending has largely erased memories of the carnival of protest that preceded it: an astonishing uprising which lasted six weeks and drew in millions of people from around the country, threatening an end to communist rule.
(20) Erase even more, you cowardly regime,” Abo Bakr wrote on a wall in a message to the whitewashers.