downstream

(1) Portions of DNA or RNA that are more remote from the initiation sites and that will therefore be translated or transcribed later. (2) Shorthand term for things that happen at a late stage in a sequence of reactions, for example in a signalling cascade.

Downstream

• (adv.) Down the stream; as, floating downstream.
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downstream

(doun┬┤strēm) in molecular biology, a term used to denote a region of DNA or RNA that is located to the 3′ side of a gene or region of interest.
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Downstream

(from the article `Kinsella, Thomas`) His early volumes, Poems (1956) and Another September (1958; rev. ed. 1962), established him as a poet of note. Such later volumes as Downstream ...
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Downstream

(from the article `Siwertz, Sigfrid`) in full Per Sigfrid Siwertz Swedish writer best known for the novel Selambs (1920; Downstream) and for his short stories.
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downstream

1. <molecular biology> Portions of DNA or RNA that are more remote from the initiation sites and that will therefore be translated or transcribed later. ... 2. Shorthand term for things that happen at a late stage in a sequence of reactions. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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downstream

adjective in the direction of a stream`s current
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Downstream

[manufacturing] Downstream in manufacturing refers to processes that occur later on in a production sequence or production line. Viewing a company `from order to cash` might have high-level processes such as Marketing, Sales, Order Entry, Manufacturing, Packaging, Shipping, Invoicing. Each of these could be deconstructed into many sub-proce...
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Downstream

[networking] In a telecommunications network or computer network, downstream refers to data sent from a network service provider to a customer. Although the best voiceband modems are called 56 kbit/s modems, downstream speeds can be limited to a few tens of kilobits per second with even lower upstream speeds. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber L...
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Downstream

[petroleum industry] The oil and gas industry is usually divided into three major sectors: upstream, midstream and downstream. The downstream sector commonly refers to the refining of petroleum crude oil and the processing and purifying of raw natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of products derived from crude oil and natu...
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Downstream

Down'stream` adverb Down the stream; as, floating downstream .
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Downstream

A company's reduction in the number of employees, number of bureaucratic levels, and overall size in
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Downstream

A relative term which corresponds to the direction that the protons travel in that portion of the accelerator.
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Downstream

Generic term that includes oil refining; petrochemicals; synthetic gas and fertilizer production facilities. Downshore activities are oshore based.
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Downstream

In the oil and gas industries; refining and distribution as opposed to upstream exploration and production....more on Downstream
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Downstream

In the same direction as a stream or other flow, or toward the direction in which the flow is moving.
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Downstream

In the same direction as flow away from a given point of reference. (With the flow of water from a given point of reference)
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Downstream

In the same direction as flow away from a given point of reference. (With the flow of water from a given point of reference)
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downstream

pertaining to locations on the tape longitudinally displaced from a given reference point in the direction of tape motion
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Downstream

Term used widely in interactive TV (iTV terms) to refer to the signal pathway from the service provider (e.g. cable operator) to the home. This will usually have higher bandwidth demands than the upstream return path from the home to the service provider. Opposite of Upstream.
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Downstream

The direction that the river flows, towards the mouth of the river.
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Downstream

The direction the current of a river or stream is moving.
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Downstream

The region extending in a 3' direction from a gene.
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Downstream

This term refers to any information that is being received by a computer system. If the information
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downstream

those processes occurring after a particular activity e.g. the transport of a manufactured product from a factory to the wholesale or retail outlet cf. upstream.
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