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(2003) Walking trials in postmenopausal women: effect of low doses of exercise and exercise fractionization on coronary risk factors.
Research led the design team to incorporate a combination of two complete filtering systems, foam fractionization and sand filtration.
Fractionization studies involving the testing of individual gastric fluid fractions would likely facilitate identification of specific pathologic effects of different non-acid GER components.
Utilizing a specific streptomycin resistant plasmid gene, resistance is conferred to a streptomycin-sensitive bacterial strain via plasmid DNA photorepair subsequent to fractionization of C.
Study of chemical changes in plant matter was done by using a standard leaf-litter decay analysis method, carbon fractionization. This procedure measures amounts of extractable organic matter (mostly sugars and proteins), cellulose, and lignin by a sequential extraction method.
In contrast to typical seasoning blends, therefore, the process does not result in fractionization of individual particles, and much more uniform adhesion can be achieved.
Also in April 2013, DNI Clapper stated in testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence that, "The most likely scenario that we see is even after Assad falls, there's probably more fractionization (sic), if I can use that word, both geographically and on a sectarian basis.