positive interference

positive interference

[′päz·əd·iv ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(genetics)
The reduction of the likelihood of another crossover in the vicinity of a nearby crossover.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Creation of complex pathways using positive interference of troughs can also help bioengineers.
The case also highlights the potential for positive interference from glycerol in nonglycerol-blanked triglyceride measurements.
A positive interference was observed with both ICAs in the colorimetric calcium assay using Arsenazo III dye (Figure 1(a)).
"There is only positive interference in the form of support and backing for the sports bodies meant to promote the Olympic movement," he said, quoted by the official news agency.
Eltrombopag at 200 [micro]g/mL produced a minimal positive interference (+0.3 to 0.5 mg/dL) on the Beckman Coulter total bilirubin diazo method, and at 100 [micro]g/mL or greater produced concentration-dependent minimal to mild positive interference on the Diazyme total bilirubin (+0.4 to 0.9 mg/dL) or direct bilirubin (+0.2 to 0.5 mg/dL) enzymatic methods.
Table-2 indicates that Hg(I) ions have the highest positive interference of 85.5% with an enhanced peak current of 115.3A.
Al-Halqi was speaking during a meeting to discuss the situation of positive interference institutions.
Some studies showed negative interference with cTnT high sensitive (cTnT-hs) assays (up to 50%) while other studies showed positive interference with cTnl assays [3,4].
Murtaza Mughal attributed the strength of rupee to excess supply, ban on gold import since January, encouraging IMF reports, Chinese decision to invest billions in Pakistan, award of GSP plus, expected sale of next generation telecom licences, positive interference by SBP and 11 per cent hike in remittances.
While physiological levels of plasma galactose (usually <0.5 mmol/l) do not affect the meter's readings, galactose, at the clinically relevant concentrations found in galactosaemia, is able to cause positive interference. The result is the misdiagnosis of hyperglycaemia.
"It is unfair to say that Syria interferes in Lebanese affairs when it receives Lebanese officials," Hariri said, "since many of my allies and individuals close to me travel to many Arab states; there is positive interference, and no one can deny that a Syrian-Saudi consensus led to the formation of a national unity Cabinet," Hariri said.
The gadolinium isotope [Gd.sup.160] caused a positive interference in the ICP-MS measurement of [Se.sup.80] from the production of doubly charged ions that had the same m/z ratio as [Se.sup.80] (2, 3).
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