Thesaurus / strand


You can strip the red strand from a cut piece of cordage to yield flammable tinder, or leave it in place to help a strand of 550 burn even better.
Those electrons move through the protein strands, ending up on iron in the mud.
One major barrier to inserting these incredibly tiny wires, which are thinner than a strand of human hair, is actually getting them past the skull and into the brain.
When the look-alike is incorporated into a growing strand of RNA, it stops production of the genetic molecule and keeps the virus from replicating.
Rather than sponsoring a stage, brands like investment consultants Macro Advisory Partners and investment management firm Netwealth are sponsoring content strands.
In May, the platform also launched an affiliate strand, Upday Choice, a daily changing portfolio of recommended products, after seeing the boom in e-commerce spurred by the coronavirus.
Thus far, base editors have used proteins like Cas9 to pry apart target DNA into single strands before making a change.
If you work in SEO, you’ll be familiar with the strands of data which are used by the main keyword tools to help you determine which terms are most worth optimizing for, such as search volume and where your pages currently rank for those terms.
The instructions for how to make and arrange the long strands of this protein are in someone’s DNA.
These are ones 5 to 10 micrometers in diameter — about the width of a strand of hair — or larger.


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