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In the first dimension the cost of requirements were mentioned.
Formal Versus Informal The first dimension is based on Levine and Leonard's (1984) framework suggesting two forms of work discrimination: formal (institutional policies and decisions such as hiring, firing, promotion, salary decisions, and job assignments) and informal (interpersonal dynamics and work atmosphere, such as verbal and nonverbal harassment, lack of respect, hostility, and prejudice).
Hypertensives performed more poorly than controls only on measures tapping into the first dimension, Blumenthal and his associates contend in the January-February PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE.
In automatic 2D mode, the first dimension separation -- typically strong cation exchange -- can be run as a step gradient or as a linear gradient.
It is the first Dimension to have a front-accessible 1394 port, which offers a new level of convenience for digital video enthusiasts.
Veeco shipped the first Dimension X3D system in the third quarter of this year.
With typical large format 2D gels, the first dimension requires six to nine hours to run, the second dimension requires 18 hours and post-electrophoresis staining steps, to visualize the proteins, require another three hours," remarked Jay Amshey, R&D director for Invitrogen's Separations and Analysis business.
The first dimension will be the simple hosting of any of its suite of products for use by organizations on a subscription basis.