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GPS constraints on interplate locking within the Makran subduction zone

Catheter lock solutions influence staphylococcal biofilm formation on abiotic surfaces

230 To One Who Promised on a Lock of Hair

The effects of aliasing and lock-in processes on palaeosecular variation records from sediments

In vitro efficacies of caspofungin or micafungin catheter lock solutions on Candida albicans biofilm growth

Antimicrobial lock therapy for catheter-related bacteraemia among patients on maintenance haemodialysis

Effects of the novel ‘Flock & Lock’ lake restoration technique on Daphnia in Lake Rauwbraken (The Netherlands)

FoldMiner and LOCK 2: protein structure comparison and motif discovery on the web

Misticall Wordes and Names Infinite: An Edition and Study of Humfrey Lock's Treatise on Alchemy

Effect of Locked Nucleic Acid (LNA) modification on Hybridization Kinetics of DNA duplex

On α-satisfiability and its α-lock resolution in a finite lattice-valued propositional logic

Could liposomal amphotericin B (L-AMB) lock solutions be useful to inhibit Candida spp. biofilms on silicone biomaterials?

How much is red blood cell fragmentation increased by the use of closed luer lock access devices on catheter hubs?

The influence of locked nucleic acid residues on the thermodynamic properties of 2′-O-methyl RNA/RNA heteroduplexes

The effect of sodium citrate 4% locking solution for central venous dialysis catheter on the international normalized ratio (INR) value

In vitro activity of daptomycin and vancomycin lock solutions on staphylococcal biofilms in a central venous catheter model

Locked in a Dusty Cupboard, neither Accessible on the Policy-makers’ Desks nor Cleared for Early Publication: Llewellyn Woodward’s Official Diplomatic History of the Second World War


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In space communications, tuning to a signal. A spacecraft's receiver can lock on to an uplink from a ground station, and a ground receiver, such as one in NASA's deep-space network, locks on to a downlink. In telemetry, after a ground receiver has locked on to a downlink, its system is also said to lock on to data when it reliably recognizes the decoded data frames.

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