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initiate

[i′nish·ē‚āt]
(computer science)
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1 to 1 percent of the tumor cells possessed all the leukemia initiating activity in the NOD/SCID transplantation model.
Despite best intentions, proactive efforts often are met with challenges in terms of initiating and maintaining productive interprofessional relationships that foster collaboration and personal involvement.
0), four additional maternal factors affected the likelihood of initiating sexual activity between the surveys among adolescent women, and all of these significantly reduced that likelihood.
However, Oban Yoko's pioneering spirit gave Orisha a permanent home in New York, and the presence of Babalowos Pancho Mora and Bebo sanctioned this first step in initiating devotees in New York City.
In contrast to other fields of mental health practice, including the community mental health movement and medical approaches to treatment, the service framework of psychosocial rehabilitation stresses the importance of not only involving consumers in the process of service development but also respecting the role of consumers in supporting one another (Chamberlin, Rogers, & Sneed, 1989) and in initiating their own supports.
Her research now suggests that both initiating and promoting changes are indeed reversible with protease inhibitors.
2007 goals include commercially launching Zensana[TM], initiating pivotal trial for Marqibo in ALL, and Talotrexin Phase II in NSCLC and ALL
A taxpayer opting for the ACH Debit method is automatically enrolled for the ACH Credit method as well, however, not all financial institutions are capable of initiating an EFT into a government account.
For example, a stock ticker application created with ICEfaces can instantly update the client web page whenever the price of stock changes, without the user or client-side JavaScript initiating the update," explained Steve Maryka, CTO at ICEsoft.