amphotropic virus am·pho·trop·ic virus (ām’fə-trŏp’ĭk, -trō’pĭk)
An oncornavirus that does not produce disease in its natural host, but does replicate in tissue culture cells of the host species and in cells from other species.
a broad-spectrum semisynthetic penicillin, C 16 H 19 N 3 O 4 S, effective against certain susceptible Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. noun a semisynthetic penicillin used to treat various infections ampicillin am·pi·cil·lin (ām’pĭ-sĭl’ĭn) n. A semisynthetic of penicillin effective against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria and used in treating infections of the intestinal, urinary, and respiratory […]
(def 2). to excite or energize (usually followed by up): We were so amped up for the game that we forgot to eat. Contemporary Examples The pundits largely panned President Obama’s first Oval Office address, devoted to amping up his response to the BP oil disaster. The GOP’s BP Problem Richard Wolffe June 16, 2010 […]
ampl language Along with mpl, the intrinsic parallel languages for MasPar’s computers. AMPL and mpl are parallel variants of C. Ampl is actually now a gcc port. [“AMPL: Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Multiprocessing Language”, R. Dannenberg, CMU 1981]. [“Loglan Implementation of the AMPL Message Passing System”, J. Milewski SIGPLAN Notices 19(9):21-29 (Sept 1984)]. […]