transfer factor


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transfer factor

[′tranz·fər ‚fak·tər]
(engineering)
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A patented technology by a US-based company called 4-Life successfully created a nutrition-based food supplement with the use of transfer factors.
Wall heat transfer factors and wall heat transfer coefficients HEAT TRANSFER 6000 RPM 9500 RPM MODEL Wall heat transfer factor Hohenberg 1.
Metal Transfer Factor shown that highest value was found for Portulaca oleracae and lower was observed for Brassica rapa.
Volunteers who met the inclusionary criteria were given a 30-day supply of Transfer Factor Multi-Immune (TFMI), a polyvalent transfer factor preparation supplied by Researched Nutritionals (Los Olivos, CA).
Variations in transfer factor among the different vegetables may be attributed to differences in the concentration of metals in the soil and differences in element uptake by different vegetables [28].
The results in Table 4 show that only 3 independent variables had influence on the results of the dependent variable of knowledge transfer, and that these together explain 20% of the transfer factor.
1993) Standardization of the measurement of transfer factor (Diffuse Capacity).
This report introduces charts that identify actions and activities that the seven colleges are implementing to promote each transfer factor.
Carlisle Refrigeration's contracts manager, Campbell Wark, said: "We opted for Alia Laval's AirMax units because of its innovative fin design which combines maximum external surface area with a very high heat transfer factor and rapid coil water drainage to keep defrost times to a minimum.
He is also accused of giving one child an experimental drug cocktail called Transfer Factor with a view to it being developed as a new measles vaccine.