instanton

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instanton

[′in·stən‚tän]
(particle physics)
A hypothetical pseudoparticle which provides solutions to equations describing the gauge fields of quantum chromodynamics, and represents large vacuum fluctuations in these fields that would exert forces on quarks.
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Using a previously described pseudoparticle neutralization assay (8), we detected antibodies against MERSCoV (titer [greater than or equal to] 20) in 48 (92.
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