ultrarapid


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ultrarapid

(ŭl″tră-ră′pĭd) [L. ultra-, beyond, + rapidus, seizing, rapid]
Exceptionally fast; said of, e.g., centrifuges, some chemical reactions, and some forms of tissue fixation or freezing.
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"Ultrarapid cooling is much faster than the cooling rate that is typically used in cryopreservation.
Some women are ultrarapid metabolizers of codeine because of high levels of CYP2D6, resulting in higher concentrations of morphine in their breast milk and their breast fed newborn.
Duplication of the cytochrome P450 2D6 gene resulting in up to 13 copies in some individuals explains the ultrarapid metabolizer phenotype observed for a variety of drugs in Northern European and Ethiopian human populations.
There are some people--considered CYP2D6 "ultrarapid metabolizers" --who can have levels of the drug in their breast milk that can cause excessive sleepiness and depressed breathing in infants.
Bakula, M.: 2013, Study of reliable rapid and ultrarapid static GNSS surveying for determination of the coordinates of control points in obstructed conditions.
Her total insulin dose was 27 units/day (ultra-long-acting insulin: 10 units in the morning, ultrarapid insulin: 17 units).
Wang et al., "Ultrarapid sonochemical synthesis of ZnO hierarchical structures: from fundamental research to high efficiencies up to 6.42% for quasi-solid dye-sensitized solar cells," Chemistry of Materials, vol.
Povlishock, "Traumatic axonal injury in the perisomatic domain triggers ultrarapid secondary axotomy and Wallerian degeneration," Experimental Neurology, vol.
Studies found that cultured BMSCs preconditioned in osteogenic and chondrogenic media in vitro can form bonelike and cartilage-like structures, respectively, mimicking a primordial joint-like structure when seeded in opposite portions of a hyperhydrated collagen gel via ultrarapid tissue engineering techniques [67].
The ultrarapid delayed rectified potassium current (IKur) also presents in atria but not ventricles in human heart [47, 48].
Dahl et al., "A common novel CYP2C19 gene variant causes ultrarapid drug metabolism relevant for the drug response to proton pump inhibitors and antidepressants," Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol.