Udit Batra, CEO, MilliporeSigma, said "The Natrix technology platform, and the development options and capabilities that this brings for single-use and rapid cycling
chromatography, will allow us to accelerate our offering in mAb and vaccine manufacturing."
(8) Compared with bipolar I disorder, patients with bipolar II disorder may experience more rapid cycling
, depression recurrence, and psychiatric comorbidity.
Contactless operation prevents sensor wearout from dithering or rapid cycling
Some people may experience what's called "rapid cycling
" where they switch repeatedly between depression and mania without having periods where they feel normal in between.
Surges, voltage dips (brownouts) and rapid cycling
can send your home's A/C system to an early grave.
Gerwig's turn as a hapless dancer freshly sprung from college perfectly captures the essence of rudderless young adulthood --messy, humiliating and bipolar in its rapid cycling
ups and downs.
However, the observation of rapid cycling
, especially ultra-rapid (days) and ultra-ultra-rapid or ultradian (within a day) cycling blurs those definitions.
is a particularly disabling form of bipolar disorder, characterised by four or more episodes in a 12-month period.
Circadian clock genes have been considered possible candidate genes for bipolar disorder, because circadian rhythm abnormalities--such as a reduced need for sleep, and rapid cycling
and switching--are common among people with bipolar disorder, they reported in the open access journal BMC Psychiatry (2009; Nov.
They also address the management of manic and mixed episodes and depressive episodes, longer-term management, and rapid cycling
The then "new" bolt action of the Springfield offered smooth and rapid cycling
of the action and allowed for the use of a more powerful cartridge, the .30-06, which also provided a big step forward in long-range accuracy.