reconstitution


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re·con·sti·tu·tion

(rē'kon-sti-tū'shŭn),
1. The restitution or return to an original state of a substance, or combination of parts to make a whole.
2. In the case of a lower organism, the restoration of a part of the body by regeneration.

re·con·sti·tu·tion

(rē-kon'sti-tū'shŭn)
The process of adding a diluent to a powdered medication to prepare a solution or suspension.

reconstitution

(rē″kŏn-stĭ-tū′shŭn)
The return of a substance previously altered for preservation and storage to its original state, as is done with dried blood plasma.
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Immune reconstitution for 27 patients receiving NiCord was compared to retrospective cohorts of adolescent and young adults with hematologic malignancies receiving unmanipulated cord blood transplantation (unCBT, n=27) or unrelated bone marrow transplantation (BMT, n=20).
Justice Shah also agreed with Justice Isa that the reconstitution of the Bench by the chief justice in the case is unwarranted and unprecedented and undermines the integrity of the system.
Meanwhile transfer certificates of title (TCTs) shall be reconstituted from the same sources, and in the same order, except that a deed of transfer or other document containing description of the property covered by the TCT and on file with the Registry of Deeds, or an authenticated copy thereof indicating that its original had been registered and pursuant to which the lost or destroyed certificate of title was issued, is sufficient instead of the authenticated copy of the decree of registration or patent required for the reconstitution of an original certificate of title.
D'un cote, des mises en vie, en costumes, d'actions quotidiennes incluant des savoir-faire: la reconstitution historique; de l'autre, la reappropriation de gestes techniques martiaux: les arts martiaux historiques europeens (2).
To an admitted AM moved by PPPP Senator Sehar Kamran, he said that notification about reconstitution of CCI was issued by the President on the advice of Prime Minister.
Annual Russell indexes reconstitution captures the 4,000 largest US stocks as of the end of May, ranking them by total market capitalisation.
However, CD4+ T-cell reconstitution with ART is characterized by biphasic pattern of T-cell subsets characterized by an initial phase of expansion and redistribution of CD4+ memory T-cells, followed by the second phase where reconstitution of CD4+ naive T-cells occurs with a reduction of T-cell immune activation.[sup][1],[2],[3],[4],[5] Unfortunately, approximately 20% of patients may experience immune nonresponse even after suppressive ART, and this is more commonly seen in late presenters (patients with baseline CD4+ T-cell count <350 cells/mm [sup]3 at the time of ART initiation).[sup][6] Such population remains at a higher risk for the development of AIDS and non-AIDS events few years after having initiated ART.
Key words: Highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART), immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome, leprosy.
The annual reconstitution of the Russell indexes gathers the 4,000 largest US stocks as of the end of May, ranking them by total market capitalisation.
Some pens are prefilled with GH, and these pens provide greater ease of use by removing the reconstitution preparation step (see Table 2).
"Since we launched pPrep[TM] Half Fraser Broth ISO (+FAC) in July 2014, customers have been very clear that simple reconstitution with no mess and no autoclaving is a significant factor in their choice of media format.