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The blood test is highly specific because it measures immune responses to peptides that simulate tuberculosis proteins not present in the vaccine, the company said.
Vitellogenin "is a highly specific indicator of a fish's exposure to estrogens"--female sex hormones--as well as to pollutants that mimic them, notes Alexander P.
Express Web allows quick, inexpensive, in-depth study of highly specific topics--while still providing access to course faculty.
But when working with people as different as Renzo Piano with his inventive component trickery, and Daniel Libeskind with his highly specific fractured geometries, how are their skills best integrated into the design process?
Because these animals were specifically expressing genes regulated in response to toxic exposures, it was possible for the Abbott-Rosetta team to enrich for genes regulated by toxic compounds, making their array a highly specific tool for understanding the function of rat liver undergoing toxic exposure.
This highly integrated approach has produced more than 6,000 novel discoveries on human proteins, which allows the company and its partners to identify highly specific leads for selected target families on an unprecedented scale.
A first way will be historical; two highly specific bodies of work on Patrice Lumumba and Albert Schweitzer will be highlighting a problematic postcolonial mentality.
Buyers searching for licensable technologies can zero in on highly specific details in various classification tiers.
The chat room has generated an average of about 100 highly specific technical discussions a month since it went on-line about a year ago, according to Cornell.
All three feature a highly specific, dry block heater that is said to be easy to use, portable, traceable and ruggedly designed.
The appearance of monocytes (purple dots) above the separation line, in the eosinophil area (green dots), is a highly specific sign of the presence of ingested malaria pigment and consequently malaria.
Sections 6103 and 6110 are highly specific about what can and cannot be released," he stated.

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