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EMIT

EMIT

Abbreviation for enzyme-multiplied immunoassay technique.

EMIT

enzyme-multiplied immunoassay technique.

emit

To produce or release something (e.g., light, heat, or sound waves).
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Its management team assessed several potential acquirers before choosing EMIT, which was seen to have the strongest capabilities to manage its customer base.
For example, after the verbal stimulus "give me the ball" is emitted by the speaker, the listener emits the response of throwing the ball.
"But most of the land was swamp when we started, full of decaying matter, which emits tons of methane gas," Marie said, as she massaged her temples with her one free hand in an obvious effort to stave off a tension headache.
For the urine samples screened in this study, the recommended cutoff value of 0.2 mg/L for the Emit is optimal with respect to specificity (100%) but corresponds to a sensitivity of only 67%, and it would be advantageous to decrease the cutoff value.
The results have been impressive: a state-of-the-art coal plant generates about the same amount of pollution as a natural gas plant, and it emits 62 rimes less nitrogen oxide than a conventional coal plant.
So, for example, if the treaty would place a 100-unit limit on emissions, they argue that companies on their own would want to emit only, say, 80 units.
For emission units with a potential to emit (after control) that is greater than or equal to any major source threshold, the following criteria applies:
All objects with a temperature above absolute zero emit infrared radiation.
1929) studied conditions under which atoms that were part of a crystal would emit a gamma ray in such a way that the recoil would be spread over all the atoms making up the crystal.
It has been calculated that 12 average-sized trees emit about the same volume of hydrocarbons in one day as a new car driven 30 miles.
The physicists used experimental LEDs that they had designed to emit infrared radiation when illuminated by an infrared laser.
An alternative approach being investigated by the Radioactivity Group uses radionuclides such as [k.sup.211]At, [Bi.sup.212], and [Bi.sup.213] that emit alpha particles.