In the last two years, we have added innovations to the DCJ
Abbreviations: bp, base pair; DCJ
, double-cut-and-join; LCB, locally collinear block; ORF, open reading frame.
117) Unreported, District Court of Western Australia, Martino DCJ
, 27 November 2012 ('Loo').
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121) After acknowledging that a registration of the marriage in Thailand had been physically possible, (122) Faulks DCJ
opined that Ms Nygh had had a conscientious objection to registering the marriage in Thailand due to her firmly held belief that the ensuing consequences under Thai law involved discrimination against women.
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, Voeten HA, Nagelkerke NJD, Habbema JD, de Vlas SJ.
Minto Peach Place Fairwater, Cardiff MEMORIES of Ninian Park should include, undoubtedly, the visit of Pope John Paul II to the ground on June 2, 1982.
Distances are measured in the number of operations (reversals, block transposition, DCJ
or combinations) needed to transform one permutation into another.
Hippuric acid, isomers of salicyluric were the dihydroxybenzonic and quecetin glucuronide were the main metablites acids, detected in urine, but caused no pH lowering Design: Influence of 8 weeks consumption of DCJ
in 65 healthy young women determined on antioxidant status.
11) In O'Callaghan v Loder, for example, Mathews DCJ
treated the term as 'requiring that a complainant has been placed under a disadvantage in comparison with employees of the opposite sex'.
Austin DJ, Bonten MJM, Weinstein RA, Slaughter S, Bergmans DCJ
, Stobberingh EE, et al.