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reconstitute

(rē-kon′stĭ-toot″) [ re- + L. constituere, to set up]
1. In pharmacology, to restore a dried substance to a fluid form that can be used for injection.
2. To rebuild a substance or reservoir within the body (such as bone marrow) to a natural or a functionally healthy state.
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The sources said after the reconstituting of Cotton Body the government's role has almost ended to fix cotton production target and to present unbiased cotton date as the government will only depend on private sector's data.
Bush to Promote Use of Alternative Energy Sources by Reconstituting PGMC into an Energy Company Focusing on Production of Alternative Fuels and Exploring for New Oil Prospects; CEO Jason Piamonte Provides an Update on Its Mining Production, Community Relations, and Exploration Activities
OTCBB: YPNT), a leading provider of Internet yellow pages and related services, announced today that it has begun reconstituting its board of directors to bring on directors who have experience in businesses that are similar to YP's business model and those who will bring more strategic relationships to YP Corp.
com, provides a step-by-step demonstration of reconstituting products with the Mix2Vial Alternate Transfer Device.
We believe that Enzo has taken an important step to reconstituting an individual's immune system with resistant cells, an exceptional achievement," said Dr.
The national center also maintains a large repository of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell units for reconstituting the bone marrow of patients suffering from cancers of the blood and various genetic diseases.
The company's Fillmaster pharmaceutical water purification systems and its Fillmaster 1000e computerized measuring and dispensing system have been widely sold throughout the United States for use in reconstituting oral antibiotic prescriptions.
Pharmacists are faced with a number of safety issues surrounding reconstituting and compounding, which account for approximately 12.