negative interference

negative interference

[′neg·əd·iv ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(genetics)
A crossover exchange between homologous chromosomes which increases the likelihood of another in the same vicinity.
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Al-Jubair also said: "After the deal was reached, we hope that Iran abandons its negative interference in the affairs of Arab countries, which would be countered firmly by us, and at the same time, the Kingdom confirms its commitment to building the best relations with Iran, based on good-neighborliness, mutual respect and non-interference in the affairs of the region's countries.
negative interference has led to the spiraling of terrorism phenomenon.
Although neither the Council President nor Benomar mentioned former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh by name today as a spoiler, the Council did mention him by name in the last Council Presidential Statement on Yemen last fall, warning him that the members would take measures against him and his former aides if they do not stop their negative interference in the political transition in Yemen.
Therefore, the use of 3 or more carefully selected epitopes should be considered to circumvent the negative interference of the highly heterogeneous cTnAAbs.
The Syrians denied during the talks "involvement in violence attacks in Iraq or negative interference in the affairs of Lebanon and delaying the formation of the government there," the paper quoted US sources as saying.
We confirm that the Arab States do not have a project over negative interference in Iraqi affairs," he added.
Meanwhile, a Libyan initiative to broker reunification between the SLM-Unity and other factions seems to have pushed Jamous into joining JEM; he had criticized neighboring countries for negative interference in the conflict and was concerned about power struggling among SLM factions.
2], and we must logically and consistently argue that there is no negative interference at path 5--simply, we do not just add [[psi].
Sauerbrey ranks as the most senior US official to visit Damascus since the Bush administration cut high-level ties with Syria's Alawite/Ba'thist dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad in 2005, accusing it of negative interference in neighbouring Lebanon and Iraq.
also demonstrated that hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers demonstrated positive and negative interference on gentamycin and vancomycin assays, as well as some other analytes on different assay instruments and analytes.
One possible explanation for this effect may be the presence of 2 opposing antibodies, one producing a negative interference and the other producing a positive interference.
Once again, it is important to note that the very smile issues that are required to provide reliable QoS in UWB also serve to mitigate possible negative interference.