Non-contact positions impose site selectivity on Cre recombinase
Selective international migration by social position, health behaviour and personality
Positions under Positive Selection—Key for Selectivity and Potency of Scorpion α-Toxins
Characterization of 67 Mitochondrial tRNA Gene Rearrangements in the Hymenoptera Suggests That Mitochondrial tRNA Gene Position Is Selectively Neutral
Rotational positioning of nucleosomes facilitates selective binding of p53 to response elements associated with cell cycle arrest
Critical role of amino acid position 343 of surfactant protein-D in the selective binding of glycolipids from Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Support vector machines with selective kernel scaling for
protein classification and identification of key amino acid
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1 The maintenance of a specific place in a given advertising medium aimed at a specific audience.
2 The process of deciding what market segment, and what needs and wants within it to aim for, in order to gain the desired position in the mind of the consumer.
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