(1) While stereology is the principal technique, particularly in its application to the parenchyma, other compartments such as the airways and vasculature demand modifications or different methods altogether.
(2) Altogether 47 variables were investigated, and of these 34 gave results which were statistically significant.
(3) Communicating sustainability is a subtle attempt at doing good Read more And yet, in environmental terms it is infinitely preferable to prevent waste altogether, rather than recycle it.
(4) Altogether, 29% of the drivers had evidence of alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, prescription or nonprescription stimulants, or some combination of these, in either blood or urine.
(5) Altogether 60% of the readmissions occurred during the two winter months (June and July).
(6) Originally she was barred from seeing Filip altogether.
(7) Taken altogether, these findings suggest that an autocrine IL-4-mediated pathway might be implicated in early thymocyte differentiation--namely, in the generation of T cells bearing the gamma delta T-cell receptor.
(8) Altogether, 17 species were recorded from the rice fields.
(9) Altogether the data indicate that the rod-like structure is found outside the cell and that the extra sequence that forms the head is inside.
(10) Altogether 10 reports on the safety of chorionic villus sampling, either by the transcervical (TC) or the transabdominal (TA) approach, were reviewed and combined with our own data.
(11) In 61 patients altogether subjective side-effects could be recorded, such as vertigo (5%), palpitations (2.8%), fatigue (2%), insomina (1.9%), nausea (1.7%) and vomiting (0.8%).
(12) After victimization, almost 15% of responding nurses had considered transferring to another unit; almost 18% had considered leaving nursing altogether.
(13) This weekend, Rae, 40, was dealt another blow: she expects to be one of the 200,000 disabled people who will lose benefit altogether, according to a Labour analysis, under further changes to disability benefit to be included in Wednesday’s budget .
(14) Altogether an increase of the linoleic acid of 14% and a decrease of the uric acid of 16% were furthermore the result.
(15) Altogether 16 experiments were performed, employing 260 recipients and 200 donors in two modifications: 1) bone marrow from animals exposed to hypokinesia for 3 days or 3 weeks (stage I or II of the general adaptation syndrome) was implanted to intact mice; 2) recipients who 5 to 7 day before exposure were implanted with bone marrow from intact donors were hypokinetic for 3 weeks.
(16) So it was not altogether a surprise this weekend when Elio di Rupo, the socialist charged with trying to form a viable coalition in Belgium, confessed failure to King Albert.
(17) Altogether, therefore, full descensus could be achieved in 29% of cases with hormonal treatment.
(18) When inflation was allowed to drift from 2% to 4% in the 1970s, inflation expectations became unanchored altogether, and price growth far exceeded 4%.
(19) Why not stop using the word recovery altogether – we are not, in fact, trying to return to some kind of normal.
(20) Altogether the amino-acid sequence shows 56% hydrophilic or charged amino acids arranged in alternating regions of hydrophilic or hydrophobic character as it is typical for porins.
(superl.) Not altered from its natural state; not prepared by the action of heat; as, raw sienna; specifically, not cooked; not changed by heat to a state suitable for eating; not done; as, raw meat.
(superl.) Hence: Unprepared for use or enjoyment; immature; unripe; unseasoned; inexperienced; unpracticed; untried; as, raw soldiers; a raw recruit.
(superl.) Not worked in due form; in the natural state; untouched by art; unwrought.
(superl.) Not distilled; as, raw water
(superl.) Not spun or twisted; as, raw silk or cotton
(superl.) Not mixed or diluted; as, raw spirits
(superl.) Not tried; not melted and strained; as, raw tallow
(superl.) Not tanned; as, raw hides
(superl.) Not trimmed, covered, or folded under; as, the raw edge of a piece of metal or of cloth.
(superl.) Not covered; bare.
(superl.) Deprived of skin; galled; as, a raw sore.
(superl.) Sore, as if by being galled.
(superl.) Disagreeably damp or cold; chilly; bleak; as, a raw wind.
(n.) A raw, sore, or galled place; a sensitive spot; as, to touch one on the raw.
(1) Multiple stored energy levels were randomly tested and the percent successful defibrillation was plotted against the stored energy, and the raw data were fit by logistic regression.
(2) We previously established that the binding constant (Ka) of this receptor site for the chemically synthesized model AGE, 2-(2-furoyl)-4(5)-(2-furanyl)-1H- imidazole-butyric acid (FFI-BA), on cells of the mouse macrophagelike cell line RAW 264.7 is identical to that for AGE proteins.
(3) We studied the effect of a 2-hour exposure to 0.6 ppm of ozone on bronchial reactivity in 8 healthy, nonsmoking subjects by measuring the increase in airway resistance (Raw) produced by inhalation of histamine diphosphate aerosol (1.6 per cent, 10 breaths).
(4) It was also established that the Y. enterocolitica strains isolated from raw cow milk did not refer to the European serotypes 0:3 and 0:9 that were pathogenic for humans.
(5) On raw music scores a sex-linked, time-of-day-induced priming effect was due to the prior presentation of CVs--that is, cognitive priming.
(6) The norms are reported as "Scaled Score Equivalents of Raw Scores" for each age group and as "IQ Equivalents of Sums of Scaled Scores."
(7) Admirable, but will destroying ivory get that message through to poachers, ivory traffickers and the workshops in east Asia and elsewhere that buy smuggled raw ivory?
(8) Samples of raw cereals imported in Italy and of other foodstuffs that can be treated with bromine-containing fumigants were analysed for the total bromide content.
(9) Instead, they say, we should only eat plenty of lean meat and fish, with fruit and raw vegetables on the side.
(10) The report paints a picture characterised too often by international indifference, even over the collection and distribution of the raw data on migrant deaths.
(11) Raw Target RSM was force fed to 12 hens which were killed after varying time intervals (15 min., 30 min., 60 min.)
(12) Raw milk consumption, since it is not common, does not seem to have a major role in human infection.
(13) One hundred and thirty-two penial-preputial swabbings, 140 raw and 42 processed semen samples were cultured for mycoplasmas.
(14) The raw data are obtained by capillary gas chromatography using a nitrogen-phosphorus detector.
(15) We therefore surveyed patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) regarding early adult consumption of fruits and vegetables usually eaten raw, with seeds that are swallowed or scraped with the teeth.
(16) The raw air curve is determined by sequentially counting radionuclide activity in respiratory gases sampled at the mouth.
(17) The restriction enzyme patterns of the nine clinical isolates from the 1983 Massachusetts outbreak were identical to each other but differed from those of raw milk isolates recovered from sources supplying the pasteurizer.
(18) Nitrogen retention in lambs fed raw, dehulled lupins was equal (P greater than .10) to that of lambs fed SBM.
(19) It is postulated that rural children were being infected by campylobacters at an early age by drinking contaminated raw milk which was not normally available to city residents.
(20) The third step was the correction of raw FFR amplitudes by an algorithm that takes into account several noise values.