What is identified?

  • (adj): Having the identity known or established.
    Example: "The identified bodies were released for burial"

Some articles on identified:

Athene - Origin Traditions
... The Greek philosopher Plato (429–347 BC) identified her with the Libyan deity Neith, the war goddess and huntress deity of the Egyptians since the ancient Pre-Dynastic period, who ... This is sensible, as some Greeks identified Athena's birthplace, in certain mythological renditions, as being beside Libya's Triton River ...
Early-onset Alzheimer's Disease - Familial Alzheimer's Disease - Genetics - PSEN2 - Presenilin 2
... The gene was identified by Rudolph Tanzi and Jerry Schellenberg in 1995 ... This protein has been identified as part of the enzymatic complex that cleaves amyloid beta peptide from APP (see below) ... PSEN1, but distinct allelic variants have been identified ...
Babesia - History
... Although he identified the causative agent in 1888, he incorrectly believed it to be due to the bacterium he named Haematococcus bovis ... In 1893, Americans Theobald Smith and Fred Kilborne identified the parasite as the cause of Texas cattle fever, the same disease described by Babeş ... Smith and Kilborne also identified the tick as the agent of transmission, a discovery that first introduced the concept of arthropods functioning as disease vectors ...
20th century in the tail of a comet by William Huggins and subsequently identified in stellar atmospheres ... The ground state molecular geometry of tricarbon has been identified as linear via its characteristic symmetric and antisymmetric stretching and ... C3 has also been identified as a transient species in various combustion reactions ...
Rho Family Of GTPases - History
... The first identified Rho member was RhoA, isolated serendipitously in 1985 from a low stringency cDNA screening ... Rac1 and Rac2 were next identified in 1989 followed by Cdc42 in 1990 ... Eight additional mammalian Rho members were identified from biological screenings until the late 1990s, a turning point in biology where availability of complete genome sequences ...

Famous quotes containing the word identified:

    Societies need to have one illness which becomes identified with evil, and attaches blame to its “victims.”
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

    Linguistically, and hence conceptually, the things in sharpest focus are the things that are public enough to be talked of publicly, common and conspicuous enough to be talked of often, and near enough to sense to be quickly identified and learned by name; it is to these that words apply first and foremost.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)