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subpopulation

(sŭb′pŏp-yə-lā′shən)
n.
A part or subdivision of a population, especially one originating from some other population: microbial subpopulations.
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The distinct in symmetry and asymmetry identified amongst the AD subpopulation group (as against MD and ED subpopulations) suggests genetic influence on these parameters which is very important in clinical practice for successful mental nerve block.
The majority (198) of these pairs was found in the Middle subpopulation (A21) and only few such pairs (19) were found in the South subpopulation (B404).
The statistical description of CD4 expression and T lymphocyte subpopulation traits are shown in Table 1.
When comparing these two subpopulations with regard to immunophenotype and in vitro behaviour, they found that both [Lin.sup.-][CD34.sup.+] and [Lin.sup.-] [CD340.sup.-] SP subpopulation had a similar phenotype with cells negative for CD38, Thy-1, CD33, CD45RA, and CD71 and intermediate expression levels of HLA-DR [35].
In the present study, we identified CTCs based on EMT phenotypes using the previously reported CanPatrol CTC enrichment technique from peripheral blood samples of patients with CRC and investigated the clinical significance of CTCs with different EMT phenotypes in CRC by examining the relationships between clinicopathological parameters and the relative abundance of three circulating EMT-CTC subpopulations.
Thus, the Tag7-activated CD3+CD4+ subpopulation of lymphocytes was only able to kill HLA-negative tumor cells, as has also been demonstrated for the cytokine IL-2-activated lymphocytes [10].
Furthermore, the proportion of the vaccinated subpopulation in the aforementioned globally exponentially stable DFE point depends on the values of the control gains.
Since both canine (Canis familiaris) and bull (Bos taurus; Bos indicus) sperm contain only protamine 1 [21, 23], and in canine, sperm head with fragmented chromatin were more elliptical [20] and a relationship between morphometric sperm subpopulations and damaged chromatin integrity has been observed [33], a similar situation can be expected in bull sperm.
The proposed warranty forecasting model detects the existence of a defective subpopulation and estimates its proportion by calibrating a GRP model using available failure data during a time interval of observation.
The original subpopulation of Bear A is unknown, as it was for the female polar bear described by Durner and Amstrup (1995).
population and the Tribal, Asian, and Pacific subpopulation. The x-axis is partitioned based on iAs concentration range associated with the public water utilities from across the U.S., and the population served is reported below each discrete concentration range on the x-axis (e.g., 90.1 million people are provided water from a public utility with a concentration range of 0 < x [less than or equal to] 1 ng/mL).
Bayesian clustering analyses using 2 admixture models on the new sample of 166 infections with complete genotype data for the full panel of 10 microsatellite loci identified 3 subpopulation clusters (K = 3; Figure 3; online Technical Appendix 2 Figures 1 and 2, panel A), hereafter referred to as clusters 1-3.