nonactivated

nonactivated

(nɒnˈæktɪˌveɪtɪd)
adj
not activated,
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Many studies have been performed to investigate the influence of storage time on clot-forming variables, especially for the interval of 30 minutes to several hours after sampling, using either the citrated method and nonactivated or kaolin-activated samples.
Specifically, subjects who have been induced with joy or an integral affective response toward the item to insure use the gambler's fallacy more than nonactivated subjects.
So far, the only method that can extract nonactivated monocytes is elutriation [66, 67].
exserta in a nonactivated state, we used cryosections of unstimulated animals and the following enzymes to serve as identifying proxies due to their roles in phagocytosis and encapsulation: (1) acid phosphatase, (2) alkaline phosphatase, (3) non-specific esterase, (4) [beta]-glucuronidase, (5) peroxidase, and (6) phenoloxidase.
Nonactivated cells were observed under a microscope to be normally fusiform shaped.
Nonactivated versus thrombin-activated platelets on wound healing and fibro- blast-to-myofibroblast differentiation in vivo and in vitro.
2012) Copper-catalyzed cross-coupling of nonactivated secondary alkyl halides and tosylates with secondary alkyl Grignard reagents.
Bioactivated SRM 2585 also showed a dose-response curve (see Supplemental Material, Figure S8C), although no inhibition was observed for the nonactivated extract (Figure 2A).
2011 20s/tooth, saline nonactivated rinse 2X 808nm weeks DL, saline rinse Lin et 810nm +1% Subgingival 6 weeks al.
Cytologic examination showed erythrocytes, moderate numbers of heterophils, numerous foamy mononuclear cells, and occasional nonactivated macrophages.
In contrast, co-culture of MMVECs with nonactivated MCs resulted in a trend to increased Ang-1 mRNA levels (Figure 1A), which could be due to the slow process of spontaneous degranulation in MCs without any stimulation.