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tuberculosis, among them, those for determining unusual drug resistance, serotyping, multilocus enzyme electrophoresis (3), biochemical heterogeneity and phagus typing (4), being the latest one the standard method used until the late 1980's that presented however considerable disadvantages such as the low amount of identified phagotypes and its laboriousness.
As expected, the assessment of the laboriousness of shelf classification correlated heavily with the users' experience in using it.
In addition to the laboriousness of existing techniques, accuracy is compromised, with errors accumulating in proportion to the number of fragments to be read.A new strategy involves the use of nanopores - orifices of molecular diameter that connect two fluid reservoirs.
Despite the absence of a computer program and the laboriousness of visual histogram comparing, we have obtained much information on the phenomena studied, which is based on the "control-experiment" comparisons.
Throughout much of the work, one can almost hear the laboriousness with which the 19th century German master composed.
The value N = 10 000 was chosen with regard to the computation time and laboriousness of input ordering for 118 755 random realizations E Ao .
At the same time incisiveness is not the most obvious characteristic of all papers and some combine pomposity and laboriousness.
In contrast to virtually all of the advice and feedback Fitzgerald received on the play that targeted the infirmities of Act II, Esslin faults the awkward laboriousness of Acts I and III in trying naturalistically to frame the deliberate absurdism of the much stronger middle act.
(4) In terms of promptness and enthusiasm to execute a task, Vulcan does not fall short of the standards set by what could be aptly characterized as the epitome of female decorum, chastity, faithfulness, and laboriousness. (5)
of its laboriousness. </pre> <p>It has often been observed, ever since Augustine's famous theft of the pear, that those who endure this self-inflicted malaise often turn to mischief as a self-prescribed cure.
It is quite another issue whether or not the writers of the strategy understand the laboriousness of earning a technical master's degree.