reconstitution


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reconstitution

[rē‚kän·stə′tü·shən]
(computer science)
The conversion of tokens back to the keywords they represent in a programming language, before generation of the output of an interpreted program.
(geology)
The formation of new chemicals, minerals, or structures under the influence of metamorphism.
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Incidence and risk factors of immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome complicating HIV-associated cryptococcosis in France.
The Russell Index reconstitution process includes an intensive review of numerous market factors, as outlined in the Russell Index methodology, to recalibrate the indexes each year to reflect current market conditions.
The Combined Joint Distribution Cell, which served as Task Force Muleskinner Command Post Forward in order to coordinate all coalition logistics assets in Regional Command South to support Operation Mountain Thrust, led the reconstitution effort.
Dermatologic manifestations of the immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome.
Under Mayers and Smith's (1987) riskless asset reconstitution assumption, overinvestment will never occur, because any asset reconstitution that reduces company value below the promised bond repayment amount also reduces shareholders' wealth with certainty.
Traditional reconstitution requires two vials--one of the lyophilized drug and one of a diluent--a disposable syringe and two needles, it also requires training and experience and has the potential to put the person administering the drug at risk of an accidental needle stick.
With its simplicity, safety, and convenience, Kogenate(R) FS with BIO-SET(R) represents a new standard for the reconstitution and delivery of factor VIII.
DOD's two-phased process to develop its fiscal year 2004 equipment reconstitution cost estimates contained weaknesses that produced errors, which may result in misstatements of future-year reconstitution cost requirements.
The articles in this volume understand the concept of reconstitution in three distinct but interrelated ways.
The dramatic effect of HAART on KS and PCNSL incidence is postulated to result from partial reconstitution of immunity and enhanced responses to viral and other tumor antigens.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Highly active antiretroviral therapy can cause a syndrome known variously as immune reconstitution disease, reversal syndrome, and immune response syndrome.