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- noun biochemistry A
proteininvolved in anaphase triggering
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He can't beat the white man, an 'thar's no chance o' his securin 'a monopoly o' any trade.
The Boy With the U.S. Census Francis Rolt-Wheeler 1918
And observed that all the people were securin 'Pullman bunks:
The Book of Humorous Verse Various 1902
This is always th 'first step to'rd securin' cold justice f'r th 'rich.
Mr. Dooley Says Finley Peter Dunne 1901
And you'll show him your papers, for you're no son of mine if you've put out your money without securin 'it.
The Story of Kennett Bayard Taylor 1851
Theer we'll sight land, and soon's we do, the ship's to be scuttled -- we first securin 'the swag,' an 'takin' it ashore in one o 'the boats.
The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea Mayne Reid 1850
Furthermore, we show that addition of purified Atf1 proteins into a cell-free system stimulates ubiquitylation of cyclin B and securin by the APC/C.
Journal of Biological Chemistry current issue Ors, A., Grimaldi, M., Kimata, Y., Wilkinson, C. R 2009
At the same time, I cannot help rejoicing in the good fortune that those misdeeds were the means of securin 'for us all. "
Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks A Picture of New England Home Life Charles Felton Pidgin 1883