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Definition of the adjective abasic
What does abasic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or relating to abasia (inability to walk)
Alternative definition of the adjective abasic
- [medicine] Of, pertaining to or caused by abasia
- [genetics, biochemistry] Missing a nucleotide base
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Encyclopedia of Cell Biology (2015)
Importantly, these enzymes are bifunctional enzymes which carry out β,δ- elimination, cleaving the phosphodiester backbone twice (explained in Section Abasic Site Incision and Processing of DNA Strand Break Ends). Methylpurine DNA ...
by Donald Rutherford
aBasic. Principles« for thelong-term plans of member countries weredrawn up, Soviet proposals thefollowing year fora single plan and a singleplanning authoritywere rejectedasbeingan encroachment on national sovereignty. The International ...
by Mervyn Hartwig
abasic. statements«asthe foundation of knowledge, and to. aa. displaced hermeneuticised SCIENTISM«. The. abrutedata«. ofthe social worldbecome. abrute. interpretations« (SR: 160¥1). Likewise,the hermeneuticist social ontology ofactions ...
by Dr Brian Carr, Brian Carr, Indira Mahalingam
abasic. transformation« (āprayaparāvËtti), the defiled mind disappears, and the world is seen as it is, with the mind of a buddha. Because ofits systematic tendencies, it was Yogācāra that provided mostof theframework for Mahāyāna ...
by Qiang Zhang, Baoxin Li
ABASIC. DICTIONARY-BASED. FORMULATION. Owing to the special structure of the human face, a vectorized face image y cannot lie in any random location in the m-dimensional space. e Eigenface technique effectively finds a ...
A Dictionary of Stylistics (2014)
by Katie Wales
abasic«. meaning is controversial. For the Russian linguist-philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin no words are neutral: they carry with them the. aaura«. of the context in which they are typically used: the. atrace«. of a GENRE or value systems.
by G.H.R. Parkinson
abasic«,. that is¦will make no very great difference to philosophical-religious debates ̧ One rather different position canbe noticed atthispoint: aposition distinct from theism, but certainly of both religious and philosophical interest.In writings of ...
Dictionary of Policing (2013)
by Tim Newburn, Peter Neyroud
abasic. command unit« can be traced back to the 1991 Audit Commission report, Reviewing the Organisation of Provincial Police Forces, which argued the case fordevolving power to allow local discretion and flexibility in the useof resources.
Abasic (ah-ba'sik). to abasia. Abatement (ab-āt'ment). . A decrease severity of a pain or a symptom. Abattoir (ab-at-wah') [Fr.]. A slaughter-house or establishment for the killing and dressing of animals for food. Abaxial, Abaxile (ab-ak'se-al, ...
by Guenter Kahl
If the resulting → abasic ...
The Cambridge Rawls Lexicon (2014)
by Jon Mandle, David A. Reidy
Basic liberties Theidea of abasic liberty is central to Rawls's theoryof justice. Rawls distinguishes basic liberties from ...
by George P. Rédei
Abasic Endonucleases (APE): APEs mediate base excision repair. Its deficiency in mouse leads to embryo lethality. Besides base excision, it is involved in acetylation-mediated gene regulatory function (Izumi T et al 2005 Proc Natl Acad Sci ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3A1S1I1C3
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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