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Periodontal probes are marked in the following increments:
According to Patterson, the probes are designed to be used in conjunction with the types of covers industry typically uses for these wastes.
Three of the probes discussed are under Jan Ludwinski's care.
It is the recognized world leader in the development, manufacture and commercialization of diagnostic products based on its patented genetic probe technology.
Engineers who already own Tektronix active probes can use Agilent oscilloscopes without having to purchase new probes.
The most commonly administered probe is a radioactive version of glucose that reveals tumors, which take up more of this nutrient than regular cells do.
According to John Carney, vice president for sales and marketing at Packard-Hughes, "Our new IC Membrane Test Probes provide all the advantages that have been touted for membrane probe technology over the past several years and more, while eliminating the cost penalty that has been associated with other Membrane probe products.
Typical CMM's consist primarily of a 3D measuring area with a touch-sensitive probe arm attached vertically to an overhead gantry or horizontally to a vertical guidebar.
NASDAQ: MIPS), today announced the production release of System Navigator Pro[TM], a high-performance, high-capacity trace probe family designed to address complex SoC debug and system-level verification.
BOB, BOB BOBBIN' A global fleet of drifting probes that monitor conditions in the top layers of the ocean is giving ocean scientists a taste of what's to come.
PROBLEM: Worm probes pose an electrocution hazard to users and passers-by.
However, too much reduction can lead to problems - you could lose proper support for the manifold or probes, or the seals might leak.