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VIABILITY, med. jur. An aptitude to live after birth; extra uterine life. 1 Briand. Med. Leg. 1ere partie, c. 6, art. 2. See 2 Sav. Dr. Rom. Append. III. for a learned discussion of this subject.

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The addition of Viability and its innovative analytical program complement MassMutual s suite of workplace benefits and retirement readiness guidance tools, said Elaine Sarsynski, Executive Vice President of MassMutual Retirement Services and Worksite Insurance.
To establish cell viability data; scientists assume that a viable cell will express the following signs of livelihood and functionality:
The aim of the research was to reveal the challenges facing different categories of learners for improving the course and the teaching and learning methodology for financial viability assessment and management.
life begins at viability, the Court also held that the Fourteenth
My experience in the region of delivering successful development and assessing viability is that we have a 'step change' to achieve.
Improved basic viability equation--Following these arguments, Ellis and Roberts (1980) proposed an improved seed viability equation that is applied to a wider range of storage conditions:
Therefore viability test was performed on 30 cadaver skin grafts.
In many studies, MTT assay was used which were related to viability of different cells (Mosmann, 1983; Levitz and Diamone, 1985; Carmichael et al.
Accurate preoperative assessment of myocardial viability will predict which patients will regain left ventricular function and which will not.
coli bacteria with enhanced viability at low temperatures, methods for producing improved bacterial strains capable of enhanced viability at low temperatures, and the isolation and use of genetic material capable of enhancing the viability of bacteria at low temperatures.
We have observed very low level of cell viability with [10.
To qualify for an exception, a compensation arrangement must, among other things, be consistent with fair market value, promote financial viability of the organization and further the legitimate business purposes of the parties.