antinuclear


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an·ti·nu·cle·ar

(an'tē-nū'klē-er),
Having an affinity for or reacting with the cell nucleus.

antinuclear

(ăn′tē-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Reacting with the components of a cell nucleus: antinuclear antibodies.

an·ti·nu·cle·ar

(an'tē-nū'klē-er)
Having an affinity for or reacting with the cell nucleus.
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According to report published by Grand View Research, The global antinuclear antibody test market size was valued at USD 923.1 million in 2017.
A spokesman for antinuclear group People Against Wylfa B (PAWB), said: "We are calling on Ynys MOn and Gwynedd councils to suspend their Joint Local Development Plan which was based and adopted on the assumption that Wylfa B would go ahead.
This treaty is yet to eliminate nuclear weapons, and as long as the nuclear-armed states refuse to eliminate their nuclear weapons, the ban, the treaty, and the global antinuclear movement will show no results.
Antinuclear antibody testing in a regional immunopathology laboratory.
Rarity and unusual presentation of this disease in males can lead to unnecessary delay in its diagnosis.2 Herein we report a patient whose male gender, young age, unusual presentation and negative antinuclear antibody (ANA) test created some diagnostic difficulties.
Evaluation of immunoblotting test results in patients with positive antinuclear antibody.
Hill, "Screening for IgG antinuclear autoantibodies by HEp-2 indirect fluorescent antibody assays and the need for standardization," American Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
Udhayakumar and two other antinuclear actvists a day after a crude bomb blast near the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant but later dropped their names from the FIR.
Antinuclear shareholders proposed scrapping TEPCO's Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant in Niigata Prefecture, which was not damaged by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, but TEPCO said the complex is an "important power source" and the company will take measures to improve safety "toward its resumption."
The crushing defeat of political parties aiming to push for an end to nuclear power in last month's general election despite an apparent surge of antinuclear sentiment among the general public has left many activists pondering what went wrong.
Yukiko Kada on Friday announced her withdrawal as chief of a splinter group of the antinuclear Tomorrow Party of Japan she had formed ahead of last month's general election.