DOMAI

AcronymDefinition
DOMAIDirty Old Men's Association International
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The authors suggested that the presence of the domai ns altered the path of the propagating crack from the straight unperturbed growth seen in the isotropic sample.
A recent comprehensive review of the literature on managed care and children (Szilagyi 1998) found little evidence of a systematic difference between traditional plans and managed care plans across the domai ns of access and utilization.
Schwass est veificateur agree tant aux Etats-Unis qu'au Canada dans les domai nes de l'environnement, de la sante et de la securite, en plus d'etre chimiste agree.
In the absence of crystallographic data, it is generally believed that most [alpha]-subunits of transmembrane ATPases (both [Na.sup.+] and [Ca.sup.++]) are structurally similar, with 10 transmembrane domai ns and a large extracellular loop between transmembrane domains 7 and 8 (Canfield and Levenson, 1993; Blanco and Mercer, 1998).
For example, Sayah Si Henni, "'without resorting to ligitation and by a multitude of acts, gathered together in the Chelif plain a domai n of 20,000 hectares" (Goinard 1984, 154).0