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admixed

adjective Mixed, combined.
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Primarily a histopathologic diagnosis, RDD is characterized by histiocytic proliferation accompanied by abundant admixed infiltrates of lymphocytes, neutrophils, and plasma cells.
We chose to look at African Americans because they were a large enough and available admixed population.
Two groups of British-based scientists have already been given permission to create human-animal admixed embryos.
Some MPs, including former ToryMinister Ann Widdecombe, argued yesterday that the medical benefits of admixed embryos were unproved, and her colleague Edward Leigh, who chairs the powerful Public Accounts Committee, said they were "a step too far".
Imagined conspiracies admixed with real horrors of the past, such as the Tuskegee syphilis study, loom large in his worldview, while generations of racial progress, via court rulings, legislation and societal change, are ignored.
Histologic sections of the mitral valve showed multifocal erosions of the endothelium that contained large masses of fibrin admixed with pockets of degenerate neutrophils.
As a result of their equally balanced admixed ancestry, the Malagasy may represent an ideal population in which to identify loci underlying complex traits of both anthropological and medical interest.
To get targets with polarized protons, deutrons or heavier nuclei, solid high molecular compounds admixed with paramagnetic centers (quasi-free electrons) which are chemically doped or created by external irradiation, are mostly used.
Lymphocytes, eosinophils and neutrophils were seen admixed with the histiocytes.
Lee found HPV-16 L1 gene DNA fragments admixed with HPV-18 and/or HPV 11 L1 gene DNA in all samples.
Division, MSETCL, Nagpur by applying a sheet of multi- layered industrial glass-flake admixed with fibersilk strengthened synthetic (ML-GFFSS) on an insulating pads.
5 cm in diameter) showed a benign admixed proliferation of blood vessels of different size, smooth muscle bundles, and mature adipose tissue, without evidence of malignancy.