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t]) exhibits normal concentration of measure over long time intervals and in equilibrium.
With a normal concentration of [beta]-globulins of approximately 300 mg/dL (3 g/L), we estimated the monoclonal protein concentration at approximately 1600 mg/dL (16 g/L).
The normal concentration of radiation for Oarai and Mito was 40 MBq and 10 MBq below the average readings for those places, while it was below 1 MBq for Tsukuba.
In these study patients the median MPO concentration was 1234 pmol/L and the 99th percentile of normal concentration was 866 pmol/L.
Previous study reported that the normal concentration of arsenic in human plasma is 2.
Iatrogenic hypoglycemia results from the treatment of diabetes to achieve a near normal concentration of glucose in the blood.
In most US clinical laboratories, 15 [micro]mol/L is the cutoff value for a normal concentration of HCY for adults.
We also experienced a higher than normal concentration of lower margin direct sales goods in our women's mass merchant division.
Considering upper reference cutoffs of 46 and 51 ng/L for the Allegro Nichols and the LIAISON PTH assays, respectively, 4 of our 38 patients with surgically confirmed PHPT had a normal PTH concentration in both assays, 3 had a normal concentration in the Allegro assay but a high concentration in the LIAISON assay, whereas 4 had a high concentration in the Allegro assay but a normal concentration in the LIAISON assay (Fig.
For example, fruit flies and mealworms raised in chambers for just one generation with twice the normal concentration of oxygen grew 3 percent larger bodies than those reared in standard conditions, says Jon F.
Although incoming orders continue to outpace last year, the ERP system issues, coupled with a higher than normal concentration of orders late in the second quarter, impacted Enesco's ability to ship product at planned levels.
Urine SRM 2670 consists of two sets of urine samples, one containing an increased concentration of arsenic and the other containing a normal concentration of arsenic.