(adv.) In an artificial manner; by art, or skill and contrivance, not by nature.
(adv.) Ingeniously; skillfully.
(adv.) Craftily; artfully.
(1) Dialysis of dog plasma against an artificial c.s.f.
(2) Classical treatment combining artificial delivery or uterine manual evacuation-oxytocics led to the arrest of bleeding in 73 cases.
(3) Nasotracheal intubation has been well established as a method for maintaining an artificial airway in children.
(4) Arginine vasopressin further reduced papillary flow in kidneys perfused with high viscosity artificial plasma.
(5) Females were killed at various times after the onset of mating or artificial insemination, oviducts were fixed and sectioned serially, and spermatozoa were counted individually as to their location in the oviduct.
(6) Recently, we have designed a series of simplified artificial signal sequences and have shown that a proline residue in the signal sequence plays an important role in the secretion of human lysozyme in yeast, presumably by altering the conformation of the signal sequence [Yamamoto, Y., Taniyama, Y., & Kikuchi, M. (1989) Biochemistry 28, 2728-2732].
(7) Anaesthesia was maintained with artificial ventilation and alcuronium, or spontaneous ventilation with halothane.
(8) The distribution of conceptions after artificial insemination from a donor was studied in 259 conceptions at an artificial insemination clinic and found to be seasonal.
(9) Ten patients received intercostal nerve blockade on a total of 29 occasions in order to provide analgesia following liver transplantation and to facilitate weaning from artificial ventilation of the lungs.
(10) A new type of artificial blood, pyridoxylated hemoglobin-polyoxyethylene conjugate (PHP) solution, (developed by PHP research group of the department of health and welfare of Japan, and produced by Ajinomoto Co., Inc. Tokyo) as an oxygen-carrying component, has been recently devised using hemoglobin obtained from hemolyzed human erythrocytes.
(11) Artificially produced mineral waters which are identical to natural ones are also applied.
(12) The results of these investigations suggest that there is a biochemically significant decrease in the bioavailability of zinc when these artificial formulas are used.
(13) Neither was the autumn moult, induced early in intact females by the change to a short photoperiod, advanced in ganglionectomized females, showing that the latter were unresponsive to the artificial modification of the photoperiod.
(14) These artificial rheomelanins in vitro and the apparent in vivo rheomelanins present in plasmas moved together during the two chromatographies.
(15) This paper also examines the effect of pH and ionic strength on the activity and specificity of the enzyme with respect to substrates and natural, as well as artificial, electron acceptors.
(16) The latter animals were raised in an automated feeding device (Autosow) with an artificial diet simulating the nutritional composition of sow milk.
(17) Respiratory failure, developing 7-9 days after inoculation, was associated with a decrease in lung-thorax compliance determined during artificial ventilation, and an increase in the amount of protein including the specific antibody in lung lavage fluid.
(18) One may speculate whether clinical conditions exist--apart from hereditary retinal dystrophies--in which the retina becomes more sensitive to light from strong artificial or natural sources, which are otherwise innoxious.
(19) The results of the present experiments show that capillary blood flow in the cerebral cortex fluctuates, whether the cat's head is supplied by the animal's intact circulation or by an artificial circulation system.
(20) Tissue storage of hydroxyethyl starch (HES), a widely used artificial colloid, has been reported.