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Using the same data set, descriptors were grouped, postscoring, into classes and subclasses that mimicked those scored in NDPSS1 and NDPSS2, and Cohen [kappa] was calculated for each grouping.
After review of the low coefficient of determination of the BSIN vs LC-MS/MS intermethod comparison for the IgG2 subclass, additional samples were sent for analysis by the other major vendor of IgG subclass IN, SIN, to determine whether the apparent IN errors were vendorspecific.
We believe that our approach to bundle a series of physical characteristics together and assume these represent LUC class and subclass is valid, although more details (e.g.
Casas, "GAD-alum treatment in patients with type 1 diabetes and the subsequent effect on GADA IgG subclass distribution, GAD65 enzyme activity and humoral response," Clinical Immunology, vol.
Li, "IgG subclass serum levels in systemic lupus erythematosus patients," Clinical Rheumatology, vol.
And while there are some not-so-clamored-for changes, such as restricting Crucible or locking away subclasses within random loot drops, the game as a whole is a big improvement.
Nateglinide (Starlix) and repaglinide (Prandin) are the agents in this subclass. There are no human pregnancy data for nateglinide, but there are limited data (eight pregnancies) for repaglinide.
Li, "A certain subclass of analytic and close-to-convex functions," Applied Mathematics Letters, vol.
[6] and Nishiwaki and Owa [5], we define a new subclass M[D.sub.m](p, q; [alpha], [beta]) of multivalent functions involving higher-order derivative.
Yalcin, Faber polynomial coefficient bounds for a subclass of bi-univalent functions, C.
Srivastava, "Coefficient-estimates for a certain subclass of analytic and bi-univalent functions," Applied Mathematics Letters, vol.
Darus, Fekete-Szego inequality for a subclass of p valent analytic functions, J.