biochemical profile


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biochemical profile

[¦bī·ō′kem·ə·kəl ′prō‚fīl]
(industrial engineering)
Data recorded by both electromyographic and biomechanical means during the performance of a task to evaluate changes in the functional capacity of a worker resulting from modifications in human-equipment interfaces.
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What condition(s) and/or symptom(s) are consistent with the biochemical profile shown?
However, the severity of liver disease was more in genotype 1 as assessed by higher viral load and biochemical profile.
During follow-up at our outpatient clinic, we found that the patient's biochemical profile had deteriorated.
A biochemical profile was defined by the testing laboratory as any common collection of biochemical tests performed at 1 time on 1 analyzer, or if profiles or panels were not permitted, several biochemical tests performed on 1 specimen using 1 analyzer.
We also performed a biochemical profile on serum from each storage group at zero and five hours.
C-21191 has demonstrated significantly improved pharmacokinetic characteristics in preclinical studies compared to L-838417, while maintaining its desired biochemical profile.
Another portion will be banked by Indivumed, which will analyze the tissue to determine its molecular and biochemical profile.
A heparinized blood sample was obtained and submitted for a complete blood cell count (CBC) and plasma biochemical profile.
Because of this, if the biochemical profile does not suggest severe hyperparathyroidism or other renal bone disease, low T scores based on the World Health Organization criteria or fragility fractures should be sufficient for the diagnosis of osteoporosis in patients with stage 1-4 CKD, Dr.
This suggests that it takes only a small volume of melanoma in a lymph node to change the biochemical profile of the entire node.
Thus, the biochemical profile of the engineered mice appeared consistent with faulty ATP production, says Wallace.