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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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The internal bonding strength of Vitex negundo reconstituted timber impregnated with phenolic resin was quantified using standard GBT 17657-2013 (Test Method for Physical & Chemical Properties of Wood Based Panels and Decorated Wood Based Panels).
sakazakii did not grow in reconstituted formulas stored at 4 C, although it was detected by enrichment of all formulas 72 hours after reconstitution.
Susceptibility level from reconstituted sample based on their available composition.
Two 8-day trials were performed to compare the frozen reconstituted juice versus the chilled pasteurized juice.
If you buy orange juice, buy the frozen, reconstituted kind and drink it within a week or two.
Interestingly, a molar excess of plasmid construct to haploid genome equivalents is still required in each reconstituted positive control (Table 1), although actual heterozygous patient samples contained an equal ratio of normal and deletion alleles.
In the 1970s, OCDM, having first been transferred to the Defense Department, was ultimately reconstituted as FEMA with a primarily non-nuclear emergency management mission.
PS can be reconstituted from the gel in at least two ways.
Holsinger gave them what they asked for: pleasant-tasting, reconstituted powdered milk with reduced lactose.
If we suppose that all the original complexity was held intact throughout the process, we would have to conclude that my personality would have been fully reconstituted despite the death of my original body.
The SOP is fairly clear in its explanation; the appendix defines it as "the value attributed to the reconstituted entity, as well as the expected net realizable value of those assets that will be disposed of before reconstitution occurs.
The milk marketing system is further restricted by policies for reconstituted milk.