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.
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Firstly, as a local authority, they will be able to work out the implications of Equally Safe for women in the aspecific context of Glasgow, something the Scottish Government could never do.
The STCP included specific and aspecific items, in particular training programme was scheduled as following: 2 sessions for week of core training (total ammount 30 minutes fro week) and 2 sessions for week of tencical circuit with ball (30 minutes for week), for a total ammount of 4 hours of addicitional training.
Thus, these words make it clear that the new government of Armenia intends to selectively take money from the rich, since it has not yet developed aspecific serious economic plan.
They gain aspecific, familiar, 'eshra-like competence in balancing and switchingbetween languages at an advanced level.
You can have multiple tactics simultaneously working to achieve your strategy Forexample, a company may have a low performing product; their strategymight be to increase exposure and awareness of that product in aspecific region.
We used universal primers (MBTuni-12/13) (16) to amplify influenza Aspecific RNA (Superscript III One-Step RT PCR; Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Waltham, MA, USA).
Wellemans et al., "How to substantiate eradication of bovine brucellosis when aspecific serological reactions occur in the course of brucellosis testing," Veterinary Microbiology, vol.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan showed a normal profile with aspecific gliotic microvascular outbreaks in subcortical white matter of front-insular hemispheres (Figure 1(b)).
The ordinary behaviour of the immune system is generally an acute infection, controlled initially by effector T cells (aspecific response or the innate immune system response), later by memory T cells (specific response or the adaptive immune response), until complete clearance of the pathogen.
The last follow-up detected small lung lesions, which remained stable and were considered as aspecific.
In a large number of reports [23-26], IL-6 has been found increased during echinococcosis mostly together with Th1 cytokines and aspecific proinflammatory mediators (e.g., CRP).