Injury (CSI) score: a novel histologic assessment of chemotherapy-related hepatic sinusoidal
injury in patients with colorectal liver metastasis.
The Trapezoidal projection is much older and was established well before the Sinusoidal
and, for the time we are discussing, was only still used in mid-latitude regions.
In this investigation, students are able to determine simple harmonic motion with real-life examples and obtain a graph of the sinusoidal
4, b, the sinusoidal
buckling force and the helical buckling force in the simulation are 1.05 N and 2.39 N, respectively.
If the load is linear and not changeable in time, then in formula (13) [i.sub.H](t) = 0, and all components of the currents are sinusoidal
in the time domain, then the energy processes in the system are completely determined in the basis of symmetric coordinates.
This makes the sinusoidal
output voltages meet low total harmonic distortions (THD).
The wavelength and the maximum axial load of the sinusoidal
buckling are written as
Caltrans' initial investigations and testing concluded that sinusoidal
mumble strips could achieve the design goals of lowering exterior noise levels in the human hearing range and still provide sufficient driver warning.
Each one of the loads are supplied with one sinusoidal
and one hundred randomly produced different distorted voltages with 5% value of [THD.sub.V].
LSECs cultured in perfused bioreactor retained expression of the functional marker sinusoidal
endothelial 1 (SE-1) and exogenous supportive endothelial growth factors like vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) upto 13 days after seeding.
We performed the following tests: electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS), performance during shock, and performance during sinusoidal
and random vibration.