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deficiency

Biology the absence of a gene or a region of a chromosome normally present
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She said the legislation "provides a long overdue initial investment to help repair and replace New Hampshire's structurally deficient bridges while put ting Granite Staters to work.
IDS finds the level of structurally deficient bridges trending down in most states over the 25-year period.
Since last year alone, the number of deficient bridges dropped by 2,735.
There was significant difference in requirement of DVET between G6PD deficient and G6PD normal NNJ cases (P<0.
Model of acute airway inflammation induced by intranasal administration of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) was employed in both the wild-type and the MPO deficient mice.
Critically Endangered 2% Endangered 2% Vulnerable 10% Least Concern 4% Data Deficient 82% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Deficient frogs were found to have poorly developed optic neurons and a reduction in synapses, which facilitate the transmission of impulses from one neuron to another.
But, in this study, we considered the serum 25(OH)D level greater than 30 ng/dL as adequate, between 21 and 28 ng/dL as mildly deficient, between 10 and 20 ng/dL as moderately deficient, and between 0 and 9 ng/dL as severely deficient.
David Llewellyn at the University of Exeter Medical School found that study participants who were severely vitamin D deficient were more than twice as likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
1 September 2014 - Canadian biological diagnostic and research products maker Affinity Biologicals Inc said Friday it had recently introduced a new range of plasmas, including the Factor VIII Deficient and the Factor IX Deficient plasmas, in Canada and Europe.
com)-- The key products in this new line of plasmas include the Factor VIII Deficient and the Factor IX Deficient.
The critical levels are the usually advocated threshold limits separating the sufficient from deficient levels of soil nutrients (Silvertooth, 2001).

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