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Reproduce

To produce a counterpart, image, or copy of the original.
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Exact dosing - reproducibly and permanently monitored
Defined surface characteristics can be achieved reproducibly within very short cycle times.
We are excited to give large and small volume surgeons the ability to reproducibly and accurately balance the ligaments of the knee over a full range of motion during total knee replacement, said Clifford Colwell, M.D., President and Chairman of the Board, XpandOrtho, Inc.
It is robust, and optimized to reproducibly yield product candidates with outstanding binding properties.
"All previous work coupling light emitters to PCCs only successfully created a handful of working lamps, owing to the extraordinary difficulty of reproducibly controlling the number and position of emitters in a cavity," Gopinath says.
So how does one gain the ability to offer 90% of all patients minimally invasive surgery safely and efficiently and reproducibly in an age when the average surgeon does 12 major surgeries in a year?
Thanks to its high level of automation and ease of use, 2D measurements can be completed quickly and reproducibly. Zeiss O-Select was officially introduced in North America at The Quality Show in Chicago late last month.
In order to ensure the transport of liquid via the microfluidic channel into the "waste reservoir"--the collecting vessel for the reaction fluids--by capillary action, the cross-section of the reaction channel has to be reproducibly identical.
22,2015 in the journal Alzheimer's and Dementia, the study authors concluded that "hippocampal atrophy can finally be reliably and reproducibly established from structural MRI scans," a development that is expected to facilitate research and the development of new AD drugs.
"This can only be realised in an economical way with uniform, reproducibly high product quality and high productivity at the same time."
In the last few years, the technology has evolved to the point that researchers with clinical perspectives can now reproducibly analyze large proteomics sample sets, approaching the size that is needed for validation of a biomarker for clinical use.