Overview

type-site


'type-site' can also refer to...

type‐site

Common patterns in type II restriction enzyme binding sites

A Re-examination of Three Wessex-type Sites Little Woodbury, Gussage All Saints, and Winnall Down

Oviposition Site Preference and Egg Hatchability of Anopheles gambiae: Effects of Land Cover Types

Do local anaesthetics interact with dihydropyridine binding sites on neuronal L-type Ca2+ channels?

Re: Impact of the entry site on late outcome in acute Stanford type B aortic dissection

Impact of the entry site on late outcome in acute Stanford type B aortic dissection

006IMPACT OF ENTRY SITE ON LATE OUTCOME IN ACUTE STANFORD TYPE B AORTIC DISSECTION

Influence of organ site and tumor cell type on MUC1-specific tumor immunity

Prediction, conservation analysis, and structural characterization of mammalian mucin-type O-glycosylation sites

Breeding birds in hemiboreal clear-cuts: tree-retention effects in relation to site type

Diversity of Type II restriction endonucleases that require two DNA recognition sites

Nucleotide-Binding Sites in V-Type Na+-ATPase from Enterococcus hirae

iPTM-mLys: identifying multiple lysine PTM sites and their different types

Ser298 of MITF, a mutation site in Waardenburg syndrome type 2, is a phosphorylation site with functional significance

Quantitative determination of occupation sites of trace Co substituted for multiple Fe sites in M-type hexagonal ferrite using statistical beam-rocking TEM-EDXS analysis

Genetic typing of the 56-kDa type-specific antigen gene of contemporary Orientia tsutsugamushi isolates causing human scrub typhus at two sites in north-eastern and western Thailand

Superior survival of females among 10 538 Dutch melanoma patients is independent of Breslow thickness, histologic type and tumor site

Evidence for multiple Src binding sites on the α1c L-type Ca2+ channel and their roles in activity regulation

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Archaeology

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

[De]

A place, usually an excavated site or the site of a major discovery, that gives its name to a culture, cultural period, tradition, or artefact type because it provided the first recognized, best studied, or most representative example.

Subjects: Archaeology.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.