semiquantitative

semiquantitative

 [sem″e-kwon´tĭ-ta´tiv]
yielding an approximation of the quantity or amount of a substance; falling short of a quantitative result.

semiquantitative

/semi·quan·ti·ta·tive/ (-kwon´tĭ-ta″tiv) yielding an approximation of the quantity or amount of a substance; between a qualitative and a quantitative result.

semiquantitative

yielding an approximation of the quantity or amount of a substance; falling short of a quantitative result.
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The model is semiquantitative and does not specify the endpoint for outcome on the vertical axis or the cost in numbers on the horizontal axis.
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Semiquantitative analysis was used to evaluate RAGE and NF[kappa]B positive cells.
The adhesion of A to B is a relative figure of merit indicating the tendency of A to stick or bind to B derived from an observation or measurement that can be entirely qualitative, semiquantitative, or fully quantitative.
The Rotterdam researchers assessed the diet of nearly 8000 subjects using a validated semiquantitative food-frequency questionnaire conducted by trained dieticians.
MWPyV (33%, 52/157) and MCPyV (21%, 3/13) had lower semiquantitative viral loads (p<0.
Some of the problems initially encountered included shipping and transfer of pathogens in an appropriate matrix, ability to challenge semiquantitative methods, PCR specific rounds, third party management of proficiency testing materials, intellectual property rights, and adaptability of the testing program to other commands.
Semiquantitative RT-PCR: Total RNA was extracted from the testes and the isolated testicular cells using Trizol Reagent (Invitrogen) according to manufacturer's instructions.
Telephone follow-up using a semiquantitative pregnancy test is a feasible, safe and acceptable alternative to clinic follow-up after early medication abortion, suggests a randomized controlled trial conducted in Vietnam.
Measurements were made for 16 quantitative procedures and 1 semiquantitative measurement procedure in the manufacturers' laboratories according to the instructions for use for each procedure (see Supplemental Table 1, which accompanies the online version of this article at http://www.