As it can be seen on the electrophoresis gel, the frank scission is highly selective.
a scission arose between the socialists and those further to the left
The author argued that the scission between nature and culture is actually a false one, based on erroneous assumptions about the underlying ‘constitution’ of these bipolar terms.
The gift of her language, therefore, is not one of exfoliation, but of continual scission and concision.
Budding and scission of a deflated vesicle into two smaller spherical daughters were sometimes observed.
These trimetal clusters cleaved DNA through single-strand scission by use of UV light as the trigger.
this bacteriophage catalyses scission of DNA strands
For them increasing poverty and social scission seems at best a distant rumour.
Strand scission in DNA can result from the production of a carbon-based radical following hydrogen atom abstraction from deoxyribose.
Indeed, the assembled repair complex just before strand scission (loss of antibody binding) is composed of multiple subunits.