An iterative procedure can fit the velocity in the diphasic
medium, providing the elastic properties (E,v) of the dispersed nanoparticles, by a minimization algorithm in two variables.
Factors associated with the length of hospitalization in survivors (identified by using a Cox hazard proportional model) included diphasic
fever, [greater than or equal to] 6 days of continuing high fever from admission, a maximum respiration rate [greater than or equal to] 26 breaths/min, and adventitious discontinuous lung sounds (Table 2).
In ants, worker polymorphisms are classified into five types, that is, monomorphism, monophasic allometry, diphasic
allometry, triphasic allometry, and complete dimorphism .
However, it was reported in many literature that BBR had a diphasic
effect on different type of cells, such as protective effect on endothelial cells  and [beta] cells  or apoptosis-induced effect on cancer cells [35, 36].
Salmonella serovars express either one type of H antigen, that is, monophasic, or two types of H antigen, that is, diphasic
. Salmonella is unique amongst enteric bacteria in this regard.
Dyskinesia is choreic, ballistic, or dystonic involuntary movements and can be classified into peak-dose, diphasic
, and square-wave dyskinesia (Table 3) .
The upward and downward deflections of the laryngeal sensor were sometimes diphasic
Thus, the sol gravitates towards a gel-like diphasic
system of both liquid and solid, whose morphologies ranges from discrete particles to continuous polymer networks.
However, our findings add the existence of a Rapamycin dose diphasic
effect in the cytokine production.
To explain the paradoxical role of CCN1, Lobel and colleagues showed a diphasic
immune modulator response for CCN1; initial stimulation with CCN1 attracts and activates leukocytes; however, prolonged CCN1 stimulation and enhanced secretion of CCN1 by leukocytes immobilize systemic leukocytes .