Example sentences for: adopt

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  • 6 The Postal Service petitioned the Commission in 1995 to adopt rules to implement some of the task force's recommendations.

  • The basic DPBB fold consists of six β-strands and two variable regions, which are located after strand 2 and strand 5 and, at least in some case, adopt a helical conformation [ 62 63 64 ] . The domain can be further split into two symmetrical structural units, each with three core β-strands.

  • The upshot of all this is that manufacturers need not hold the bag for lean retailers if they adopt a set of technologies and practices that allow them to collect and process demand information, incorporate it into planning, and use traditional and short-cycle production strategically.

  • We illustrate the methodology using data from the Polyp Prevention Trial (PPT) in which 2079 men and women with recently removed colorectal adenoma were randomized to receive either intensive counseling to adopt a low-fat diet (intervention) or a standard brochure on healthy eating (control) [ 14 ] . The binary outcome was at least one adenoma detected on colonoscopy following randomization.

  • In surveying the growing number of studies and claims of new cells that can acquire some type of heart cell phenotype in vitro or in vivo (for a review see [6]), it will become increasingly important to create a set of rigorous criteria that would distinguish between the following: authentic progenitor cells that are already committed to the cardiac lineage; pluripotent stem cells that can infrequently adopt the cardiac phenotype; phenotypic drift of other muscle progenitors with an increased propensity to enter cardiac lineages; and a variety of other cell types that can aberrantly express cardiac markers ectopically or by fusion with neighboring cardiac muscle cells.

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