Studies have suggested a single progesterone measurement in early pregnancy can distinguish a viable pregnancy from a nonviable
one, but results are conflicting.
Twenty-eight cockatiel eggs (3 nonviable
and 25 viable) were tested (Table 1).
12,17) Racemose cysticerci usually do not contain scolices and are considered nonviable
It would be better to specialize in labor-intensive production and gradually move to higher value-added manufacturing products, rather than subsidize nonviable
The strategy for rural network expansion involves provision of phones through market mechanisms in the viable areas and through Universal Service Obligation (USO) Fund in the nonviable
For whatever reason - be it empathy, compassion or an unwillingness to witness suffering - we are unable to let the nonviable
expire, whether they be people, banks or car manufacturers.
Based on the legislative history, the appellate court held that the statute allowed a cause of action for the loss of a viable or nonviable
fetus in the mother's body, but did not allow a cause of action for the loss of an embryo created by IVF that had not been implanted into the mother, and remanded the case to the circuit court.
Percentage of nonviable
cells was calculated on the basis of total number of viable plus nonviable
Over 250,000 Israelis now live in West Bank settlements, turning them into occupiers and creating an infrastructure that fragments the remaining Palestinian territory and ensures that any Palestinian authority will be economically nonviable
all pure electric cars (are) probably nonviable
," he said.
This study sought to determine the efficacy of a probiotic compound in a viable and nonviable
formulation in modulating intestinal permeability and immune function and preventing the onset of MODS in patients in an intensive care unit.
Our researchers pose an "outside the box" question: Could some embryos labeled nonviable
actually be dead, yet contain a few live stem cells?