laddering

Apoptotic cells show a regular pattern of oligonucleotide sizes on electrophoretic gels; the ladder-like arrangement is a consequence of the cleavage of the DNA strand between nucleosome beads by endonucleases as part of the process by which cell death occurs. See apoptosis.

Laddering

Laddering is an investment technique that requires investors to purchase multiple financial products with different maturity dates. == Benefits == Laddering avoids the risk of reinvesting a large portion of assets in an unfavorable financial environment. Each `rung` of the ladder is a bond of a specific maturity date and the `height` of the la...
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laddering

Apoptotic cells show a regular pattern of oligonucleotide sizes on electrophoretic gels, the ladder like arrangement is a consequence of the cleavage of the DNA strand between nucleosome beads by endonucleases as part of the process by which cell death occurs. ... See: apoptosis. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Laddering

Changing a discussion to consider categories that are either more inclusive or less inclusive than the level of the current topic. For example, in a science class, the group might 'ladder up' if they switch from discussing primates to a discussion of all mammals. The group would be 'laddering down' if the switched from discussing primates in genera...
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Laddering

Laddering is an investment strategy that calls for establishing a pattern of rolling maturity dates
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