Scaffold

In biotechnologh, scaffold is some material needed for cell and tissue culture. Scaffold should provide physical support, promote (or not interfer with) cell growth. Scaffolds need to allow for diffusion of nutrients, waste and sigfals, and akkiw fir the migration and growth of cells. ...
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Scaffold

• (v. t.) To furnish or uphold with a scaffold. • (n.) An accumulation of adherent, partly fused material forming a shelf, or dome-shaped obstruction, above the tuyeres in a blast furnace. • (n.) A temporary structure of timber, boards, etc., for various purposes, as for supporting workmen and materials in building, for exhibiting a ...
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scaffold

1. A temporary structure of timber, boards, etc, for various purposes, as for supporting workmen and materials in building, for exhibiting a spectacle upon, for holding the spectators at a show, etc. 'Pardon, gentles all, The flat, unraised spirits that have dared On this unworthy scaffold to bring forth So great an object.' (Shak) ... 2. Specifica...
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scaffold

noun a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers
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Scaffold

[barn] Scaffold in a barn are loosely laid poles or joists generally above the drive floor on which crops are piled. The term has the same meaning of a temporary, elevated platform in other uses of the word. ...
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Scaffold

[execution site] The scaffold (scaffold; French: échafaud, . English: scaffold) is an enhanced execution site for public executions. The beheading was practiced in public places. The public character meant to scare the people from committing crimes, to demonstrate the authority of the Government and is simultaneously a form of entertainmen...
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Scaffold

Scaf'fold noun [ Old French eschafault , eschafaut , escafaut , escadafaut , French échafaud ; probably originally the same word as E. & French catafalque , Italian catafalco . See Catafalque .] 1. A temporary structure of timber, boa...
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Scaffold

Scaf'fold transitive verb To furnish or uphold with a scaffold.
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Scaffold

a temporary platform used for tissue growth.
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Scaffold

A temporary working platform constructed of sound, strong materials, usually metal tubes. See Putlog Scaffold, Independent Tied Scaffold and Birdcage Scaffold.
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scaffold

an elevated platform on which nets are placed to dry or for storage.
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Scaffold

Core portion of a molecule common to all members of a combinatorial library.
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Scaffold

Core portion of a molecule common to all members of a combinatorial library.
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scaffold

in building construction, temporary platform used to elevate and support workers and materials during the construction, repair, or cleaning of a ...
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Scaffold

In genomic mapping, a series of contigs that are in the right order but not necessarily connected in
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Scaffold

In genomic mapping, a series of contigs that are in the right order but not necessarily connected in one continuous stretch of sequence.
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scaffold

scaffold 1. A temporary framework of poles and planks that is used to support workers and materials during the erection, repair, or decoration of a building. 2. An elevated platform on which a criminal is executed, usually by hanging. 3. A raised platform or stage for exhibiting spectacles, seating spectators, etc. 4. Any raised framework. 5. A su...
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Scaffold

Scaffold: 1. In genetics, the chromosome structure consisting entirely of nonhistone proteins remaining after all the DNA and histone proteins have been removed from a chromosome. 2. In genomic mapping, a series of contigs that are in the right order but not necessarily connected in one continuous stretch of sequence.
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Scaffold

Temporary elevated structure for the support of plank footing and platforms as aids to workmen.
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scaffold

[n] - a platform from which criminals are executed (hanged or beheaded) 2. [n] - a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers 3. [v] - provide with a scaffold for support
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