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injected

[in′jek·təd]
(petrology)
Pertaining to intrusive igneous rock or other mobile rock that has erupted through rock walls to neighboring older rocks.
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Side effects don't often occur with injected corticosteroids.
AGE 25: Filler injected into the nasolabial folds, marionette lines on the left and the philtrum, to even out depressions and asymmetries.
Compared with people who had received a placebo, those who got the spray vaccine developed flu about half as often, and those who got the injected vaccine fell ill only one-quarter as often, the researchers report in the Dec.
Vero cells were injected with 30 pL of supernatant and observed for 5 days for cytopathic effects (CPEs).
Then the second material was injected onto the tie layer.
In two oil wells, they injected a solution of Bacillus bacteria along with nutrients for the bacteria to live on.
laevis tadpoles (Nieuwkoop and Faber 1967) in which TH synthesis was inhibited by 1 g/L sodium perchlorate to determine whether waterborne estrogenic chemicals activate ERE-TK-LUC injected into the larval brain.
An adult cell, with its own nucleus and full set of DNA, was injected into the empty egg.
That's because many mistakenly believe that heroin is only addicting when it is injected.
We replaced a 44-cent oil seal that had to be placed by hand with an approximately 11-cent seal that's injected in place," says Tom Jacobs, chemist, Automotive & Transportation, Wacker Silicones.
Studies show that CORTOSS provides stability and rapid pain relief when injected into fractured vertebrae.