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  • On active operations, she becomes the Primary Casualty Receiving Ship ( PCRS ); essentially a hospital ship.
  • "It seems a strange coincidence that PCRs were discontinued just when TimeTrax was being released, " he said.
  • Contamination of new PCRs with trace amounts of these products, called carry-over contamination, yields false positive results.
  • In 2000, the non-profit organization, Puget Creek Restoration Society ( PCRS ), was formed to help restore and raise awareness about the creek.
  • In addition to this, quantitative PCR also removes the risk of contamination that can occur during standard PCR procedures ( carrying over PCR product into subsequent PCRs ).
  • Hank Green's Ultimate Mars Web Page ( www . iag . net / \ Pcrs / mars / chat . html ) could be worth a stop tomorrow.
  • Together with UEFI, TPM forms a " root of trust " : TPM contains several PCRs ( Platform Configuration Registers ) that allow a secure storage and reporting of security relevant metrics.
  • The dynamic chain of trust starts when the operating system invokes a special security instruction, which resets dynamic PCRs ( PCR17 22 ) to their default value and starts the measured launch.
  • Molecular methods for identifying " Ditylenchus destructor " ( especially in distinguishing from other Ditylenchus species ) include PCRs ( polymerase chain reactions ) to find restriction patterns of DNA to identify specific species.
  • A medical history, physical examination and tests such as blood counts, stool cultures, CT scans, MRIs, PCRs, colonoscopies and upper endoscopies may be used in order to perform a differential diagnosis.
  • Several " high-fidelity " DNA polymerases, having engineered 3'to 5'exonuclease activity, have become available that permit more accurate amplification for use in PCRs for sequencing or cloning of products.
  • Because UDG does not react with dUTP, and is also inactivated by heat denaturation prior to the actual PCR, carry-over contamination of PCRs can be controlled effectively if the contaminants contain uracils in place of thymines.
  • In 2003 " Argus " was deployed again to the Gulf as part of a 33 ship fleet to support a British amphibious assault of the Al-Faw Peninsula . " Argus " operated in its PCRS role.
  • At universities, chemistry or biology research are usually carried out in labs and involve, but are not limited to, reacting chemicals, running PCRs, running assays, etc . . . But how does pure, theoretical math research look like?
  • As a continuation of their efforts, Metro Parks Tacoma's Management Plan is being established to help Metro Parks Tacoma guide the PCRS and other public and private interests and agencies in efforts to restore the Puget Creek Natural Area and raise awareness about the surrounding watershed.
  • Typically, primer design that includes a check for potential secondary structures in the primers, or addition of DMSO or glycerol to the PCR to minimize secondary structures in the DNA template, are used in the optimization of PCRs that have a history of failure due to suspected DNA hairpins.
  • The restriction enzyme DpnI can recognize 5'- GmeATC-3'sites and digest the methylated DNA . Being such a short motif, it occurs frequently in sequences by chance, and as such its primary use for researchers is to degrade template DNA following PCRs ( PCR products lack methylation, as no methylases are present in the reaction ).
  • PCR methods that have been developed are based on the 16S rRNA gene, the hsp65 gene, or the insertion sequence IS2404 . evaluated two nested PCRs : the nested IS2404-based PCR and the nested 16S rRNA gene-based PCR . IS2404-based PCR was positive only with " M . ulcerans " isolates and the closely related " M . shinshuense ".
  • "Terrell County " then returned again to Ving T鄒, relieving tank landing ship " Washoe County " as " Seafloat " support vessel, providing fuel, ammunition, and communications support for a brood of smaller craft . She also assisted the landing craft repair ship by receiving " Krishna " s stores from provision ships and delivering them, and by also serving as a platform upon which " Krishna " s mail and spare parts could be helicoptered in . " Terrell County " also provided repair and maintenance services for PCFs and smaller craft, such as PCRs.