biphasic


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biphasic

[bī′fāz·ik]
(botany)
Possessing both a sporophyte and a gametophyte generation in the life cycle.
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Insulin aspart biphasic suspension for subcutaneous injection of 100 u / ml 3 ml cartridges in syringe pens or cartridges (code okpd2 - 21.20.10.119) Document Purchase Start date : 15 Jul 2019
The scientists evaluated the ratio of transphosphatidylation to hydrolysis for the different biphasic reaction mixtures tested.
Maximum surface deposit is seen in high grade serous carcinoma n=18 (72%) while the minimum was observed in tumors with biphasic morphology n=2 (66%).
The cartilage tissue fragments are delivered using a bioabsorbable porous cylindrical biphasic plug to the defect site.
The company said the Biphasic Cartilage Repair Implant (BiCRI) technology, which is one of its two major orthobiologic platforms, is a one-step autologous cartilage repair treatment for knee chondral or osteochondral defects.
The diagnosis of biphasic disease required the identification of a sarcomatous component of 5% or greater.
Mukai, "Prediction of acute encephalopathy with biphasic seizures and late reduced diffusion in patients with febrile status epilepticus," Brain & Development, vol.
The histopathology of the skin lesion revealed a biphasic pattern of SS composed of spindle cells and epithelial cells.
Comparison of Lispro Mix###To compare###Group-1: Biphasic human insulin 30 at###HbA1c change: Group-1###Mean number of###No
Seven had biphasic amyloidosis with one each having head and neck lesions and posterior trunk involvement, 2 had left lower limb involvement, one had right upper limb involvement and multiple sites in 2 cases.
To assess the contribution of different ion channels to the development of the biphasic action potential [Ca.sup.2+] transient, 5-day-old cultured fibers were exposed to either gadolinium (Axxora, San Diego, CA, catalog number 400-023-M500), apamin (Sigma-Aldrich, St.
Microscopically, the tumor cells were a biphasic lesion of malignant pleural mesothelioma (Figure 2(d)) and invaded the pulmonary parenchyma with the marked lymphatic spread of the tumor (Figure 2(e)).