(v. t.) To use; to exercise; to inure; to accustom by practice.
(1) In addition, the URE appears to play a role in promoting the replication of polyoma DNA as determined through two different experimental approaches.
(2) Each open reading frame was preceded by a ribosome-binding site, with the exception of ureE.
(3) The results of short-term tests (uring adriamycin, daunorubicin, and dactinomycin) in roughly 100 human tumors were compared with data in the literature on therapy with the same cytostatic agents.
(4) However, in females exposed to female uring during the first 7 days of VC this effect was absent.
(5) It starts to feel like it’s a process where if you give money you solve the problem, and really sometimes giving money creates another problem.” When he was told there was just one African-born performer on the track, he said: “That’s great, just a few more would be nice and also maybe go there – all those people who are making that.” Ultravox’s Midge Ure said the song was by no means a masterpiece, but is more about getting people as engaged with the fight against Ebola as they were in 1984, when a total of £8m was raised.
(6) Diagnosis depends on detection of persistent bacteriuria by careful screening and culture of properly collected uring specimens.
(7) The rIL-2 infusion caused a reversible fall in ures and a non-reversible rise in creatinine.
(8) The experimental evidence suggests that either the repression associated with the URE sequence is mediated by a direct, one-to-one interaction between the proteins recognizing the URE and GCRE, or alternatively, that there is a direct interaction between the activator and repressor for a general transcription factor.
(9) Furthermore, repression is seen when the URE is separated from the UAS by up to 214 bp.
(10) This suggests that either a different accessory element and cognate protein interacts with the horse URE to provide placenta-specific expression or that a completely different set of regulatory elements is required for placenta-specific expression in horses.
(11) A polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, without sodium dodecyl sulfate-uree, of the total serum allowed after incubation with the N-acetyl-beta-D-glucosaminide (6-bromo-2-hydroxy-3-naphthoyl-O-anisidine) coupled with the diazonium salt of O-amino-azotoluene to localise two zones of enzymatic activity.
(12) The predicted UreE and UreG polypeptides exhibit some degree of similarity with the respective polypeptides encoded by the accessory genes of the Klebsiella aerogenes urease operon (33 and 92% similarity, respectively, taking into account conservative amino acid changes), whereas this homology was restricted to a domain of the UreF polypeptide (44% similarity for the last 73 amino acids of the K. aerogenes UreF polypeptide).
(13) We have cloned ivoB which codes for a conidiophore-specific phenol oxidase (AHTase) via the adjacent selectable ureD gene.
(14) Nuclear proteins extracted from JEG-3 choriocarcinoma cells bind specifically to oligonucleotides corresponding to both the URE and CRE domains as well as to a downstream domain (-99 to -72) that contains consensus CCAAT motifs on both the sense and antisense strands.
(15) Thus, one or more of the ureE, ureF, or ureG gene products are involved in nickel incorporation into urease.
(16) Adult DDE and URE were induced to express seminal cytodifferentiation and produced the complete spectrum of major seminal vesicle secretory (SVS) proteins.
(17) Perinatal exposure of mice to URE has been found to result in increased tumor induction compared to exposure of adult animals.
(18) In transient expression assays, the upstream and downstream domains of the URE were shown to independently enhance CRE-mediated transcription of the alpha gene.
(19) Binding to this multisite DNA fragment is readily disrupted using the URE sequence, but not the CRE sequence as a competitor, suggesting that the URE binding factor may stabilize DNA-protein interactions in these adjacent complexes.
(20) This new regulatory element is highly conserved across species and contains a palindromic binding site for a 50-kDa nuclear factor(s) which is distinct from the factors that bind the URE, CRE, and CCAAT box of the alpha subunit gene.
(n.) A vessel of various forms, usually a vase furnished with a foot or pedestal, employed for different purposes, as for holding liquids, for ornamental uses, for preserving the ashes of the dead after cremation, and anciently for holding lots to be drawn.
(n.) Fig.: Any place of burial; the grave.
(n.) A measure of capacity for liquids, containing about three gallons and a haft, wine measure. It was haft the amphora, and four times the congius.
(n.) A hollow body shaped like an urn, in which the spores of mosses are contained; a spore case; a theca.
(n.) A tea urn. See under Tea.
(v. t.) To inclose in, or as in, an urn; to inurn.
(1) The council offered him a tea urn | Frances Ryan Read more Government attempts to decrease the disproportionately high levels of unemployment among disabled people have had little impact, the report notes, while notorious “fit-for-work” tests were riven with flaws.
(2) In this article we review the important statistical properties of the urn randomization (design) for assigning patients to treatment groups in a clinical trial.
(3) The urn cell complex of the marine invertebrate Sipunculus nudus responds to mucus-stimulating substances (MSS) in normal human lacrimal fluids and stool filtrates by producing mucus.
(4) Ai Weiwei’s years of small gestures, his dropped Han Dynasty urn or his coathanger portrait of Marcel Duchamp , are long behind him.
(5) Poststratified subgroup analyses can also be performed on the basis of the urn design permutational distribution.
(6) I congratulated him on the upsurge in his fortunes, such as his sideways move from squeezing, baking and daubing his filthy and infantile clay urns into broadcasting on the prestigious Channel 4 network.
(7) In both countries, urns still tend to be buried in cemeteries, and although many permit families to bury more than one urn in a single grave site, these still take up significant space – indefinitely.
(8) It was good to see the Italian family of coffee impresario Renato Bialetti housing his ashes in a totally appropriate coffee pot urn last week.
(9) The urn design forces a small-sized trial to be balanced but approaches complete randomization as the size of the trial (n) increases.
(10) A cemetery design competition in Oslo, meanwhile, gave special mention to one student’s design for a cemetery skyscraper that would reach hundreds of metres into the sky and include spaces for coffins, urns, a crematorium and a computerised memorial wall.
(11) Not only did Gilliam knock over the urn, sending dust everywhere, but after it had been righted it began talking-or rattling, from within, answering questions with one knock or two.
(12) Graduating from the tea urn to 'number boy', snapping shut the clapperboard, his appetite to learn was voracious.
(13) Complete randomization, permuted block procedures, and adaptive urn models are simulated in order to assess how representative the achieved distribution is for the procedure used and how other procedures would have performed on the given study population.
(14) Two well known continuity of care measures, the COC and SECON indices, are shown to have a simple interpretation in terms of the model parameters, and their accuracy is discussed in the light of the urn model.
(15) Imagine them collectively giving you policy advice over a tea urn and a platter of sandwiches.
(16) If there's an urn it's not porn – that's a Discworld cliché," he says, a bubble of laughter in his voice.
(17) The Temple offers a kaleidoscope of incense-scented mayhem, where golden centaurs and exotic urns sprawl alongside zodiac drapes and musky shrines to the Virgin Mary, Lakshmi and other female icons.
(18) The recent increase in Putin's publicity stunts – from riding a Harley Davidson to "discovering" ancient Greek urns while diving – is among the factors being taken as a sign he plans to return to the presidency.
(19) An urn model of Pólya-Eggenberger type is applied to the problem of measuring provider continuity in ambulatory care.
(20) Alternatively, there is an average five-year wait for a small spot in a public columbarium, where thousands of urns of cremated ashes are stored.