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line protocol


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line protocol

line protocol

Serial Line Internet Protocol

Serial Line Internet Protocol

Serial Line Internet Protocol

An Expanded Reverse Line Blot Hybridization Protocol for the Simultaneous Detection of Numerous Tick-Borne Pathogens in North America

Designing, Piloting, and Evaluating an On-Line Collaborative Songwriting Environment and Protocol Using Skype Telecommunication Technology: Perceptions of Music Therapy Student Participants

Protocol between Great Britain and the United States defining the Boundary Line through the Canal de Haro, signed at Washington, 10 March 1873

Protocol respecting the Steamship Line established by the Convention of 27 June 1892 between Norway and Spain, signed at Stockholm, 7 October 1895

Multicenter phase II trial of gefitinib first-line therapy followed by chemotherapy in advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC): SAKK protocol 19/03

Final Protocol of the Netherlands-Prussian Commission for the Determination of the Line of Demarcation between Netterden and Vrasselt, signed at Emmerich, 23 June 1843

‘Front-loaded’ head-up tilt table testing: validation of a rapid first line nitrate-provoked tilt protocol for the diagnosis of vasovagal syncope

157PRandomized controlled trial on the skin toxicity of panitumumab in third line treatment of KRAS Exon2 wild-type mCRC: Japanese Skin Toxicity Evaluation Protocol with Panitumumab: J-STEPP/HGCSG1001: updated analysis of anti-tumor efficacy

Protocol between Brazil, Denmark, France, Haiti, Italy and Portugal for the Interpretation of the Convention of 16 May 1864 relative to the Establishment of a Telegraph Line between Europe and South America, signed at Paris, 31 August 1869

Treaty and Protocol between Prussia, Reuss (Elder Line), Reuss (Cadet Line), Saxe-Altenburg, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Saxe-Meiningen and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt for the Extension of the Treaty of 19 February 1877 etc. respecting the Constitution of a Common Thuringian Court of Appeal at Jena, signed at Jena, 27 November 1903

 

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A formally specified set of possible bit sequences that will guarantee that two ends of a communication link will be able to pass information between them in an understandable way. A number of standards have been devised for the implementation of such protocols.

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