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incompatibility

[‚in·kəm‚pad·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(immunology)
Genetic or antigenic differences between donor and recipient tissues that result in a rejection response.
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Minor blood group incompatibilities are responsible of 3-5% of the cases of neonatal hemolytic jaundice (4).
the magistrate status of the prosecutor), it excludes incompatibilities that were required to be included, it governs waivers and turns them into rules etc.
During these procedures the Parliament called into question the very concept of dissuasiveness of the sanctions deriving from the incompatibility regime for MPs and tried to introduce new texts supposed to make inapplicable certain procedures before the National Integrity Agency and, also, tried to restrict NIA's special competencies related to MPs' incompatibilities.
Randomized, 116 infants with ABO and/or (1999) [25] prospective Rh incompatibilities who trial presented with significant hyperbilirubinemia, included 93 with ABO incompatibility, 16 with Rh incompatibility, 7 with ABO+Rh incompatibilities Tanyer et al.
I'm afraid you may have to face the painful truth that your incompatibilities are too great - and loving each other isn't enough.
Just as in its Statement of Fact last week (CI No 3,650), Caldera still maintains that Microsoft used vaporware announcements, fear, uncertainty and doubt, exclusionary licenses, intentionally created incompatibilities and misperception of incompatibilities, blacklists and illegal tying to squash DR-DOS, a competitor to its own MS-DOS which is now owned by Caldera.
Instead, genetic analyses show that hybrid sterility and inviability involve incompatibilities between two or more loci that behave as "complementary genes," that is, although these genes are deleterious when brought together with genes from another species, they are perfectly fit on their normal genetic backgrounds (Coyne 1992; Wu and Palopoli 1994; Orr 1995).
This article will examine three barriers to collaboration: clashes of organizational culture, personal incompatibilities, and different approaches to change.
com/research/e1a3c4/wiley_guide_to_che) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Wiley Guide to Chemical Incompatibilities, 3rd Edition" to their offering.
We were unable to find any links to manufacturers (who will presumably in the end provide income to keep the site going), but that may be due to machine incompatibilities.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc is now offering the Microsoft Corp patch for Windows 95 free of charge, in order to resolve incompatibilities between the operating system and its K6-2 chip (CI No 3,543).
Any egg-affecting systems that do become established are likely to be characterized by weaker incompatibilities (i.