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reconstitute

(rē-kon′stĭ-toot″) [ re- + L. constituere, to set up]
1. In pharmacology, to restore a dried substance to a fluid form that can be used for injection.
2. To rebuild a substance or reservoir within the body (such as bone marrow) to a natural or a functionally healthy state.
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As significant holders of Perry Ellis, Legion Partners and CalSTRS are hopeful the reconstituted Board will continue to make changes that benefit all shareholders.
The aroma profile of the banana puree, clear banana juice and the reconstituted banana juice were not significantly different.
The researchers examined four commercially manufactured milk-based powdered infant formulas and two soy-based formulas reconstituted with water and inoculated with a 10-strain mixture of E.
But juice manufacturers had held the line on increasing prices for reconstituted products until February, he said, and price-conscious consumers reacted strongly.
This study is addressed to know liquefaction potential on a reconstituted clayey sand by experimental.
Later, juice-processing companies purchase and add these flavor packs back to frozen, concentrated juice, along with water, before marketing the reconstituted juice.
Thus, pasteurized orange juice in a carton, which has been heated to kill germs, has less vitamin C than reconstituted concentrate, Dr.
Implicated infection sources include incubators, the birth canal, a blender in a milk kitchen where powdered infant formula was reconstituted and hospital environments (E.
Details concerning a previously announced plan to expand the company's reconstituted tobacco leaf production capacity in France will be available in mid May.
The trusteeship is expected to be in place until the spring, when the board of directors will be reconstituted.
Whether fresh or reconstituted frozen, vitamin C decomposes at the rate of two percent per day.
Which has more vitamin C, reconstituted frozen orange juice or refrigerated boxes of ready-to-drink OJ?