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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UNDERINVESTMENT WITH RISKLESS OR RISKY ASSET RECONSTITUTION
Many of the new reconstitution systems can be adapted to currently marketed drugs without the need for changing manufacturing processes or packaging components such as vials, stoppers and seals.
BIO-SET(R) was developed to satisfy the community's expressed need for innovative products that simplify the reconstitution and administration of recombinant factor VIII.
The third meaning of reconstitution explored in these pages--the rewriting of fundamental laws, rights, and institutional responsibilities--is perhaps a more familiar one for readers of this journal.
Cryptococcal meningitis related to immune reconstitution involves new meningeal signs, such as headache and many white cells in the cerebrospinal fluid.
No incidence studies of immune reconstitution disease have been published, but anecdotal evidence suggests that pulmonary tuberculosis is the most common.
In the NEA survey, most members reported that reconstitution brought extra assistance and professional development opportunities.
19 The IRS, however, has not rejected outright flexible reconstitution provisions, though the preamble to the recently promulgated regulations rejected suggestions that the regulations also apply to LLCs.
The meeting agreed to take steps for the reconstitution of the Board of Governors of the Ayub Medical College.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 25, 2014-Baxter wins US FDA's approval for ADVATE with BAXJECT III reconstitution system for treating patients with hemophilia A
M2 PHARMA-April 25, 2014-Baxter wins US FDA's approval for ADVATE with BAXJECT III reconstitution system for treating patients with hemophilia A
ISLAMABAD -- Chief of Minhaj ul Quran Dr Tahir ul Qadri has said he does not think that his petition calling for the reconstitution of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) could lead to a delay in the upcoming general elections.