noncompatible

noncompatible

(ˌnɒnkəmˈpætɪbəl)
adj
not compatible or able to coexist in harmony
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Many factors can induce persistent infection in laboratory condition, such as tumor necrosis factor-a[22] interferon (IFN)-a,[23] noncompatible cells,[24],[25] amino acid deficiency, penicillin,[26],[27] viruses, and phage infection.
2) Prepare Options Identify appropriate zoning tools to allow cannabis cultivators in noncompatible zoning, or that cannot meet parcel size or setback requirements to apply for an exemption.
This problem is potentially further exacerbated by third-party vendors who assemble e-cigarettes from noncompatible parts that may not meet the manufacturers' specifications.
The results from this study reported a lower compatibility of TOYO rapid tests versus the results obtained with ELISA assay as it showed 63% and 37% compatible and noncompatible results, respectively (Figure 3).
Thirty-six percent of respondents complained that data required significant scrubbing or processing, and 29% said data were presented in noncompatible formats.
When offering certain benefits such as hospital indemnity coverage alongside an HSA, it's important to understand the difference between compatible and noncompatible plans," Goedde says.
move on to Door #2, to the left is a handout that I give to patients that further reinforces the power that food has on their bodies and how noncompatible foods can wreak havoc everywhere in their bodies.
Adapters for this rail are likely available if your favorite accessory is noncompatible, as most aftermarket manufacturers have responded with specialied mounts.
yielded different noncompatible interpretations of Hohfeld.
Another alternative for noncompatible plastics, such as ABS and LDPE, would be adding compatibilizers.
Aamri and El Moutawakil [21] defined (EA) property for self-mappings which contained the class of noncompatible mappings.
This resurgent top-line fixation, I fear, will lead the company right back to the bad old profitless days via misguided account selection, noncompatible jobs, lower prices, higher scrap and manufacturing costs, a larger top line and, sadly, a smaller bottom line.