BIS

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Bis is a Latin prefix or suffix designating the second instance of a thing, thus preceding ter. An example in recent modern usage is the ITU-T modem standard from the late 20th century, V.32bis.

Bis can also refer to:

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  • The 14-bis, an early fixed-wing aircraft derived by Alberto Santos-Dumont from his Number 14 airship-aircraft hybrid
  • Bis is used in chemical nomenclature sometimes instead of the prefix di-, such as in fructose 1,6-bisphosphate
  • Bis (Bisulfite) or Bisulfite sequencing in Genomics, to differentiate between methylated and non-methylated cytosine in the Genome (Epigenetic).

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