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Results: Out of the 200 subjects, 168(84 %) were hepatitis E immunoglobulin M reactive and 32(16%) were non-reactive.
Comparing, the rate of LSCS in reactive and non-reactive traces the rate of LSCS in non-reactive high risk group was 88.
Among these patients, 171 (85%) were nonreactive on all syphilis tests (SHC, EIA, and RPR), 26 (13%) had a reactive SHC, and five (2%) had a nonreactive SHC but had one or more reactive tests at the state laboratory.
Hence this voltage drop is due to the consumption of reactive power by the SCIG.
A star-branched reactive diluent was then obtained by reacting a multifunctional core molecule with the soy intermediate and a polyol.
Dichlorotriazinyl dyes Cl Reactive Orange 86, Cl Reactive Red 11, Cl Reactive Blue 168 and dyes of Sumifix Supra type Cl Reactive Yellow 145, Cl Reactive Red 195, Cl Reactive Blue 221 were available commercially.
Keywords: Azo dye; Chromium; Textile; Tannery; Decolorization; Reactive black-5
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Having this in mind, we have developed a novel reactive agility test that would be appropriate in defining true game reactive-agility for handball athletes.
Reactive dyes are most popular class among synthetic dyes.
The new guidelines also recommend that any specimens shown as reactive by the first antigen/antibody combination immunoassay and as non-reactive or indeterminate on the HIV-1/HIV-2 antibody differentiation immunoassay, should then be analysed with an FDA-cleared HIV-1 NAT.
The reactive oxygen species in the whole blood have been shown to correlate strongly with high-sensitivity (hs) CRP [15].