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  • 1 Notch-2 — PDB rendering based on 2oo4 …

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  • 2 Notch 3 — Identifiers Symbols NOTCH3; CADASIL; CASIL External IDs OMIM:  …

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  • 3 Notch — may refer to: The nock of an arrow Notch (artist), a Hip hop, R B, reggae, dancehall and reggaeton artist Notch signaling pathway, a cell signaling system present in most multicellular organisms Notch filter, a band stop filter with a narrow… …

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  • 4 notch — [näch] n. [prob. < ME (a)n oche < OFr oche, osche, a notch < oschier, to notch] 1. a concave or V shaped cut or indentation in an edge or across a surface ☆ 2. a narrow pass with steep sides; defile; gap 3. Informal a step; grade;… …

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  • 5 Notch — (n[o^]ch), n. [Akin to nock; cf. OD. nock, OSw. nocka. Cf. {Nick} a notch.] [1913 Webster] 1. A hollow cut in anything; a nick; an indentation. [1913 Webster] And on the stick ten equal notches makes. Swift. [1913 Webster] 2. A narrow passage… …

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  • 6 Notch — Notch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Notched} (n[o^]cht); p. pr. & vb. n. {Notching}.] 1. To cut or make notches in; to indent; also, to score by notches; as, to notch a stick. [1913 Webster] 2. To fit the notch of (an arrow) to the string. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Notch — Notch. Cложный локус <complex locus> (включает по меньшей мере 4 группы комплементации), в котором известна серия гомеозисных мутаций <homeotic mutation>, представляющих собой перекрывающиеся делеции, локализован на Х хромосоме… …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 8 notch — notch; notch·er; top·notch·er; …

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  • 9 notch — [n1] indentation cleft, cut, gap, gash, groove, incision, indent, indenture, mark, mill, nick, nock, rabbet, rut, score, scratch; concept 513 notch [n2] level within classification cut, degree, grade, rung, stage, step; concepts 388,744 notch [v] …

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  • 10 notch — ► NOUN 1) an indentation or incision on an edge or surface. 2) a point or degree in a scale. ► VERB 1) make notches in. 2) (notch up) score or achieve. ORIGIN Old French …

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  • 11 Notch — — у Drosophila melanogaster серия перекрывающихся гомеозисных мутаций () в Х хромосоме, представляющих собой перекрывающиеся делеции, т. н. локус сложный. У самок, гетерозиготных по этим мутациям, проявляются вырезки на дистальных концах крыльев,… …

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  • 12 Notch-1 — HN1 redirects here. For the nitrogen mustard, see Bis(2 chloroethyl)ethylamine. Notch 1 PDB rendering based on 1pb5 …

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  • 13 notch — ▪ I. notch notch 1 [nɒtʆ ǁ nɑːtʆ] noun [countable] a degree or level on a scale that measures achievement, price etc: • The Federal Reserve is expected to reduce interest rates another notch. • The 500 stock index gained 0.43 to 358.43, a notch… …

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  • 14 notch — notch1 [nɔtʃ US na:tʃ] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from an otch, mistaken for a notch; from early French oche V shaped cut ] 1.) a level on a scale that measures something, for example quality or achievement ▪ Her new book is several… …

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  • 15 notch — [[t]nɒ̱tʃ[/t]] notches, notching, notched 1) N COUNT You can refer to a level on a scale of measurement or achievement as a notch. [JOURNALISM] Average earnings in the economy moved up another notch in August... In this country the good players… …

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  • 16 notch — I UK [nɒtʃ] / US [nɑtʃ] noun [countable] Word forms notch : singular notch plural notches 1) a small cut on the edge or surface of something, especially a cut shaped like the letter V 2) informal if you move up or down a notch, you move up or… …

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  • 17 notch — notchy, adj. /noch/, n. 1. an angular or V shaped cut, indentation, or slit in an object, surface, or edge. 2. a cut or nick made in a stick or other object for record, as in keeping a tally. 3. New Eng. and Upstate New York. a deep, narrow… …

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  • 18 Notch — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Notch >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 notch notch dent nick cut Sgm: N 1 indent indent indentation Sgm: N 1 dimple dimple GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 embrasure embrasure …

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  • 19 notch — notch1 [ natʃ ] noun count 1. ) a small cut on the edge or surface of something, especially a cut shaped like the letter V 2. ) INFORMAL if you move up or down a notch, you move up or down to the next level, for example in a job or in your… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 notch — {{11}}notch (n.) 1570s, probably a misdivision of an otch (see N (Cf. N) for other examples), from M.Fr. oche notch, from O.Fr. ochier to notch, of unknown origin. Said to be unconnected to NOCK (Cf. nock). {{12}}notch (v.) 1590s, from NOTCH (Cf …

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