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Speculation that the presence of the furin cleavage site is a signature of human genetic manipulation has made it one of the most scrutinized aspects of the genome.
After the virus binds to ACE2, the next step is to fuse with the cell, a process that begins when enzymes from the host cell cut the spike at two different sites, a process known as cleavage.
One of the mutations present in Delta actually occurs in one of these cleavage sites, and a new study that has not yet been peer reviewed shows that this mutation does enhance cleavage.
Two days after putting Claudy’s five embryos in the incubator, only one is still undergoing cleavage.
They undergo the early stages of cleavage, in which one cell becomes two, two become four, four become eight, and so on.
She wore a sea-green, V-necked frock with a modest hint of cleavage.
The camera lingers enough for us to glimpse her cleavage and a bit of her black bra.‘Stalker’ Is an Awful Warning Against the Evils of Misogyny|Sujay Kumar|October 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sensible, cleavage-free Amanda was responded to far more positively.
There are the enthusiastic fans, as well as girls in mini skirts with abundant cleavage promoting the latest TV series.Too Many Spider-Men, Too Little Time: Get Ready for Comic-Con|Annaliza Savage|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Try standing up to officialdom with that amount of cleavage brandished at you.Ukraine’s Pro-Putin Rebels Prepare for a Last Stand|David Patrikarakos|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Beyond the Novall Junior group we cannot establish distinct lines of cleavage.The Fatal Dowry|Philip Massinger
The cleavage in policy between the inspectorate and the president did not at first manifest itself.English Poor Law Policy|Sidney Webb
But we have not yet done with the question of social strata and inward cleavage.The New Society|Walther Rathenau
Far otherwise was it with the impending struggle of the Reformation: there the cleavage of sides followed very different lines.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
This was the thin edge of the wedge by which the cleavage from Rome and the Pope was subsequently effected.Breaking with the Past|Francis Aidan Gasquet
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Scientific definitions for cleavage
- The series of mitotic cell divisions by which a single fertilized egg cell becomes a many-celled blastula. Each division produces cells half the size of the parent cell.
- Any of the single cell divisions in such a series.