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Based on these four factors, the Board found that ESRT's marks should be considered famous for dilution purposes.
Broth microdilution technique is reproducible to within one doubling dilution of the real end point in a dilution series.
Reilly (2013) notes that, at best, share repurchases might simply be offsetting the dilution caused by stock-based compensation.
To know where the future of trademark dilution by blurring law must go, it is essential to understand what it is, and where it came from.
If you are performing a multistep dilution, multiply all the dilution steps together.
The conventional serial dilution ELISA has been modified to a recombinant antigen based single serum dilution ELISA to reduce the reagent costs and increase the number of the samples to be screened as described earlier for canine leptospirosis (6).
We can express dilutions as follows: a "1 in 10" dilution = 1:10; and "1 in 100" dilution = 1:100.
The most critical step in serial dilution is calculating how much soil was originally diluted, and by how much it was diluted.
But others worry that actual concentrations in the environment could be higher than the calculated PEC due to the guidance's assumed 1:10 dilution factor for sewage effluent entering rivers.
Paper Machine Number 5 of the Wansbrough mill in Watchet, Somerset, will be equipped with a new dilution controlled headbox, a shaker for the breast roll, as well as a screen for the dilution circulation system.
Shareholders, particularly institutional shareholders, have become more sensitive to dilution issues raised by the size of shares reserved pools.