early effect


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early effect

[′ər·lē i‚fekt]
(electronics)
A change in the base width of a bipolar transistor as a function of base-collector bias voltage.
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The brain is affected by hormones during development in utero, so even if you neuter the animal, you cannot undo this early effect of hormones on the cells in specific parts of the brain," says Pamela J.
However, an early effect could be a dramatic reduction in the amount of signage that is required only for the information of vehicle drivers (by far the greater amount).
Please note that the service on the AcegasApsAmga SpA will begin on 01/01/2018 subject to the right to an early effect to that date, if they occur operational capabilities.
This early effect is unlikely to be down to just glucose-lowering, antihypertensive effects of the background medications used, or weight loss because of this speed of onset.
M2 PHARMA-June 8, 2015-Data Shows Early Effect of EndoBarrier Therapy on Glucose Control and Bile Acid Regulators
IP has an early effect (also known as first window effect) and a late effect (also known as second window effect).
It is possible that this observed negative impact is capturing the early effect of only one bilateral PTA involving Japan--the Japan-Singapore FTA which was implemented in 2002.
One early effect of the agreement was that Repsol shares performed strongly on the Spanish Ibex 35 Stock exchange, increasing in value by around 4 percent in the early hours of trading on Tuesday morning.
As good as some of the freshmen have already shown they can be, the biggest early effect of newcomers in the Pac-12 is coming from transfers.
Constipation and mood disorders may correlate with brainstem involvement, an early effect of PD, the authors wrote.
Construction Industry FMI Productivity Report says: "The early effect of the recession on the nonresidential construction sector included significant productivity improvement.
The study concluded: "In addition to the early effect seen in some subjects, the measured symptomatic improvements persisted throughout the period of the study, as noted with the follow-up data from a subset of subjects.
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