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In response to these new demands, Locus and Genscape are now launching a rapid Migration-Without-Interruption Service, which transforms how system users can migrate to Locus.
With this in mind, imagine we take a primer set for an autosomal STR locus, and perform a simple endpoint PCR on a human sample.
Each locus was treated as an independent data point, and the null hypothesis that He in Gulf Menhaden was not statistically different from He in other species of Brevoortia was tested with a Wilcoxon nonparametric signed-rank test over all loci.
Does health locus of control predict the smallest worthwhile effect of spinal manipulative therapy when adjusted for severity of pain?
The number of repeats at each locus also was calculated by sizing in a denaturing capillary electrophoresis system using a CEQ 8000 instrument with a DNA Size Standard 600 (Beckman Coulter, High Wycombe, UK) and MapMarker D1 labeled 640-1000 (Bio Ventures, Inc.
With its global reach, ALSTOM needs a system like LocusFocus," said Neno Duplancic, President and CEO of Locus.
For Shakespeare, "the Italian garden mediates between public and private worlds" (136) and can signify either the locus amoenus or the postlapsarian Eden, depending on the dramatic situation.
Psychological Locus of Control (hereafter referred to as locus of control or LOC) conceptualizes how individuals see their own actions affecting the events that surround their lives (Lefcourt, 1982).
The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the stability of locus of control in adolescence over a three-year period.
Burke, "The Relationship Between Dispatcher Stress and Social Support, Job Satisfaction, and Locus of Control" (Ph.
Aside from the friendships with emigre Surrealists that Kotik mentions, formal and thematic traces of Surrealism are all over the sculptures and installations in "The Locus of Memory.
Julian Rotter's (1966) conception of locus of control distinguishes two types of individuals, internals, who perceive the likelihood of an event occurring as a product of their own behavior, and externals, who view events as contingent on luck, chance, or other people.