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val·val

, valvar (val'văl, val'văr),
Relating to a valve.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

val·val

, valvar (val'văl, -văr)
Relating to a valve.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The relative frequencies of the COMT ValVal, ValMet, and MetMet genotypes were .24, .52, and .24; the relative frequency of each allele was .5.
DNA- based vaccines HPV 16 E7 Partial ND 50 (ZYC 101) histological responses HPV16 E7 (ZYC101) Partial ND 51 histo- pathological response Response HPV16 E7 Apoptotic ND 52 tumour cell death CIN, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia; ND, not determined; VIN, valval intraepithelial neoplasia Table III.
Male genitalia commonplace eumaeine with large brush organ; capsule laterally flat; saccus long with one fourth to one sixth entire genital capsule length; valva with two, upper and lower projection slightly more heavily sclerotized than valval clasp; aedeagus longer than genital capsule with a ratio 7 : 5 (= aedeagus : capsule); external terminus opening dorsally, with two cornutii pointed posteriorly and claw-like; cornutus ventral situated on a mebranous extension of vesica (Figs.
He was also invariably referred to as Tonvalval when he passed through a place called Valval on the west coast of Lavongai Island, spreading his knowledge on the use of the imun (earth-oven) as a means of food preparation.
The primers ALF-GT, ALF-GCGGT and ALF-GCGGC were able to differentiate the mutations in residues 25 and 26: ValVal (GGTGGT), AlaVal (GGCGGT) and AlaAla (GGCGGC), respectively.
Third case needed evacuation of valval haematoma which developed within 12 hours of normal delivery.