(a.) Affirming the contrary; implying a denial of what has been asserted; also, mutually contradicting; inconsistent.
(a.) Opposing or opposed; repugnant.
(n.) A proposition or thing which denies or opposes another; contrariety.
(n.) propositions with the same terms, but opposed to each other both in quality and quantity.
(1) The relationships between the menopause and risk factors for ischaemic heart disease are complex, which may be one reason for the contradictory results when relating menopausal age to the incidence of ischaemic heart disease.
(2) (1) EXCP appears to be a more serious finding only in those higher risk individuals with either a positive EXECG or lower MAXRPP; (2) EXCP and its interactions may help discriminate between anginal and nonanginal, exertional chest pain, and (3) the contradictory results found when EXCP was allowed to interact may explain conflicting results in previous multivariate models regarding the predictive significance of EXCP.
(3) We suggest a model for transcription that involves the participation of a nucleoskeleton at the active site and reconcile the contradictory results obtained using different salt concentrations.
(4) A few days on, we still don't know much , and the evidence against Lewthwaite is scant and contradictory.
(5) The literature on the possible risk of myasthenia gravis complicating pregnancy and delivery is sparse and partly contradictory but some of the reports on the number of perinatal and neonatal deaths are alarming.
(6) This seemed contradictory for a government keen on getting people out of their cars, and given that at the time the Treasury finances were relatively healthy.
(7) A former ministerial colleague of Iain Duncan Smith once put it to me that he was a striking example of cognitive dissonance: that is, of holding two or more contradictory beliefs in his head at any given moment.
(8) The often changing and contradictory assessments made of the situation in different countries and at different times are outlined, and the difficulty of making a balanced and just evaluation of long established drugs is shown, particularly if the available data are derived primarily from spontaneous reports which, besides being almost impossible to verify, are often incomplete.
(9) Up to now there are contradictory findings as to the presence of an endogenous opioid antagonist.
(10) This finding is contradictory to the generally held view that antagonist-induced opioid receptor up-regulation in brain increases asymptotically, leveling off after a relatively brief treatment period.
(11) However, the literature provides little information on this and is contradictory.
(12) Contradictory data have recently been published from two different laboratories on the presence vs absence of an intrinsic endonucliolytic activity of E. coli exonuclease III at apurinic sites in double-stranded DNA.
(13) The test is commonly used as a preoperative screen to predict hemorrhage, but the data supporting this indication are contradictory at best.
(14) In view of the contradictory results reported in the literature regarding induction of specific immunologic tolerance to mechlorethamine hydrochloride (HN2), the problem was reinvestigated using a "tolerogenic" schedule that had been reported to be effective.
(15) By compromising these contradictory requirements, small dialkylamino (including cyclic amino) groups were decided to be the most favorable substituents.
(16) Evidence is presented to demonstrate that two different "melanotic" genes were being considered, thus explaining the apparently contradictory reports.
(17) In type 2 diabetics contradictory results have been obtained, probably related to varying degrees of body overweight in the patients investigated.
(18) This appears to be contradictory to the current view that a decrease in serum PRL levels with a concurrent increase in the intracellular PRL levels caused by bromocriptine treatment results from the inhibition of exocytosis of secretory granules.
(19) The literature is contradictory regarding the effect of static magnetic fields on the function of the central nervous system of mammals.
(20) The evidence for the involvement of Ca2+ in dPRL release is based on contradictory or unclear data.
(a.) Not compatible; so differing as to be incapable of harmonious combination or coexistence; inconsistent in thought or being; irreconcilably disagreeing; as, persons of incompatible tempers; incompatible colors, desires, ambition.
(a.) Incapable of being together without mutual reaction or decomposition, as certain medicines.
(n.) An incompatible substance; esp., in pl., things which can not be placed or used together because of a change of chemical composition or of opposing medicinal qualities; as, the incompatibles of iron.
(1) It should be noted that about a half of the plasmids (11 out of 21) belonged to the incompatibility group P-7 which up to the present time was conditional, since was represented by a single plasmid Rms 148.
(2) The influence of blood and blood-product therapy was studied in two groups of children: 1) 90 children who had exchange transfusion after birth because of serologic incompatibility (aged 5 months to 5 years).
(3) The application of further purified albumin solutions might reduce the frequency of incompatibility reactions.
(4) Skin grafts from Xenopus isogeneic to the donors of the MHC-incompatible larval and adult thymus implants are always tolerated by Tx hosts.
(5) Some derivatives of pIJ101, a 8.9 kb Streptomyces multi-copy plasmid, can co-exist with each other at similar copy numbers but others are strongly incompatible.
(6) It was recently noted, however, that certain commonly used assays of antibody to PRP produced incompatible results.
(7) A mathematical model that abstracts the major features of the vegetative life cycle of Neurosopra crassa has been developed, and the action of selection in this model and various extensions of it is such as to maintain polymorphisms of vegetative incompatibility factors.
(8) If these recordings are repeated before or at the same time as other signs of fetal distress have been found we must think of pathological features such as intrauterine growth retardation, post-maturity, infections, rhesus incompatibility and diabetes.
(9) The results indicate connection between plasmid incompatibility and their replication.
(10) The plasmid has a copy number of about 25 per cell, and belongs to the inc5 incompatibility group.
(11) It appears that at least two clones of T lymphocytes are involved, the first in the non-self recognition through HLA-D differences, and the second in immunization against the HLA-A and B incompatibilities.
(12) Removing an acoustic schwannoma using the translabyrinthine approach has previously been considered incompatible with hearing preservation.
(13) We infer from these results that sequences in addition to the two flanking copies of IS1, in particular the upstream region including REPI, have been instrumental in the preservation and possible spread of aerobactin genes among ColV plasmids and other members of the FI incompatibility group.
(14) In other combinations, however, single region incompatibilities may be sufficient.
(15) cynodontis, with several plasmids in the IncP incompatibility group from gram-negative bacteria.
(16) This situation has contributed to exposure of sandblasters to hazardous levels of respirable free silica, and is reviewed here to prevent a continuation of the incompatibility of these and other standards for respiratory protection with the actual exposures to various noxious inhalants in the workplace.
(17) Unresponsiveness to Hh incompatible bone marrow grafts was induced in mice by single or multiple injections of various tissues from a prospective donor before irradiation and bone marrow grafting.
(18) The discovered plasmid was not shown to belong to IncP1 incompatibility group.
(19) This finding was incompatible with our case having a neurologically based global memory disorder during the fugue state.
(20) These results are incompatible with the clockface model of positional information and demand a modification of other current models.