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Acute Loss of Intraoperative Evoked Potential Signals

Treeness Triangles: Visualizing the Loss of Phylogenetic Signal

Widespread Losses of Vomeronasal Signal Transduction in Bats

Analysis of array CGH data: from signal ratio to gain and loss of DNA regions

Preexisting behavior facilitated the loss of a sexual signal in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus

Loss of Tsc1 accelerates malignant gliomagenesis when combined with oncogenic signals

Loss of annexin A1 disrupts normal prostate glandular structure by inducing autocrine IL-6 signaling

Cardioprotection in the aging, diabetic heart: the loss of protective Akt signalling

Yeast-Based Fluorescence Reporter Assay of G Protein-coupled Receptor Signalling for Flow Cytometric Screening: FAR1-Disruption Recovers Loss of Episomal Plasmid Caused by Signalling in Yeast

Energy-drift correction of electron energy-loss spectra from prolonged data accumulation of low SNR signals

Loss-of-Function Mutations in the Arabidopsis Heterotrimeric G-protein α Subunit Enhance the Developmental Defects of Brassinosteroid Signaling and Biosynthesis Mutants

An Ift80 mouse model of short rib polydactyly syndromes shows defects in hedgehog signalling without loss or malformation of cilia

Acute depletion of Tet1-dependent 5-hydroxymethylcytosine levels impairs LIF/Stat3 signaling and results in loss of embryonic stem cell identity

Mapping of sp2/sp3 in DLC thin film by signal processed ESI series energy‐loss image

Aspergillus fumigatus Evades Immune Recognition during Germination through Loss of Toll-Like Receptor-4-Mediated Signal Transduction

Synergistic effects of Pten loss and WNT/CTNNB1 signaling pathway activation in ovarian granulosa cell tumor development and progression

Loss of the insulin receptor in murine megakaryocytes/platelets causes thrombocytosis and alterations in IGF signalling


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A temporary or permanent loss of a spacecraft's signal to a ground station. This is usually brief, as when the vehicle rotates during a manoeuvre or when a space probe enters occultation as it orbits around the back of a planet or other celestial body. Permanent LOS occurs during a failure, as experienced by the Mars Polar Lander probe.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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