aspecific

aspecific

 [a″spĕ-sif´ik]
not specific; not caused by a specific organism.

aspecific

Nonspecific.

aspecific

(ā″spĕ-sif′ik) [ ¹an- + specific]
Not specific.

aspecific

not specific; not caused by a specific organism.
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How to substantiate eradication of bovine brucellosis when aspecific serological reactions occur in the course of brucellosis testing.
The foremost objective of the data mining process is to extract the evidence from aspecific dataset and transform into comprehensible configuration.
DspF aspecific chaperone for DspA/E involves in DspA/E stability and secretion into the medium (Gaudriault et al.
the app must allow for real-time communications and allow the district to contact all employees simultaneously, but offer the option of being able to contact groups of employees with aspecific message (i.
These results suggest that different ethnic groups experience spiritual transcendence in different ways, thus casting doubt on the universality of spirituality and indicating that spirituality is a part of aspecific ethnic and cultural formations (Nagai, 2007).
In this context, we screened for the presence of Bartonella in the blood of patients reporting tick bites and with unexplained and aspecific symptoms.
To improve the ROS delivery efficiency to solid tumors, XOR was conjugated to polyethylene glycol [24], which (i) confers superior in vivo pharmacokinetic characteristics by increasing the blood half-life of the enzyme; (ii) counteracts the aspecific adhesiveness of XOR to the vascular inner surface; and (iii) concentrates XOR in cancer tissues by exploiting the enhanced permeability and retention effect of macromolecules and lipids in solid tumors (reviewed in [25]) (Figure 1(b)).
The Newcastle Silverlink Travelodge Aspecific proposal forms part of the planning application which would see The Crown prime shopping park, which will cre ate around 50 new cons M&S, H&M, Next, New Look, ew ewRiver Island, JDS oots, Outfit, Argos and Currys/PC World.
Al-Sayed outlined some of the key focuses for QIA, stressing that it is a global fund open to partnerships all over the world and not limited or restricted to aspecific area or a country.
Aspecific challenge for the automotive industry is to meet CAFE standards- which mandate an average fuel economy of 54.
Type2B vWD is a rare type of vWD that is characterized by enhanced affinity of vWF to aspecific platelet receptor, glycoprotein Ib-IX complex.
Hence, the measure of sensitivity of aspecific predictor variable is the ratio of the error of the NN model without the predictor variable to the error ofthe model that includes this predictor variable (Principe, Euliano, & Lefebvre, 1999).