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reproduce

(rē′prə-do͞os′)
v.
1. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
2. To produce a counterpart, an image, or a copy of something.
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Quantitative data on proteins and peptides can now be obtained reproducibly across large studies.
According to the JFS paper, the computer's approach thoroughly examines DNA mixture data, objectively eliminates potential examiner bias, accurately preserves identification information, and reproducibly standardizes mixture analysis.
Alternatively, however, supply via two separate compressed air circuits for individual adjustment of vertical and horizontal stroke can be selected, so that the cutting pressure can be set even more accurately and reproducibly.
Published May 30 in Science by a group of more than 200 researchers, the study does mark the first time genetic factors have been reproducibly associated with a social trait, says Richard Ebstein, a behavioral geneticist at the National University of Singapore.
The [UPC.sup.2] system meters highly compressed C[O.sup.2] reproducibly and reliably, and regulates pressure, temperature and mobile phase gradient composition.
What's the point of determining these conditions to achieve reproducibly clean boards if this breaks down over time?
However, this data clearly demonstrates the ability of the Coulter Principle to accurately and reproducibly detect large outliers in highly concentrated suspensions of small particles.
"This is exciting because, for the first time, it provides a real prospect for treating patients with a blinding surface disease using a stem cell populated tissue equivalent that is simply, quickly and reproducibly prepared."
The document defines a food allergy as an adverse health effect arising from a specific immune response that occurs reproducibly on exposure to a given food.
The authors argue that criteria should be formalized through a consensus process or a governmental initiative that includes discussion and pilot application of a system for reproducibly implementing them.
"The oxycodone Phase 1b trial was a very critical study and a key milestone for Phosphagenics, going beyond a proof of concept and demonstrating that our patch system can reproducibly deliver therapeutic amounts of oxycodone into the bloodstream.
"Only 10 to 20 percent experience the symptoms of classic claudication, which includes heaviness, tightness, and pain in the legs that occurs reproducibly after walking a certain distance.