nonexposed

nonexposed

(ˌnɒnɪkˈspəʊzd)
adj
not exposed
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After a period of 4 weeks, the researchers performed a series of tests to assess reproductive behavior in the DEHP-dosed mice and nonexposed controls.
In another recent study, primary human placental trophoblasts from nonexposed donors were found to be infected by the Zika virus ex-vivo and permissive for viral RNA replication, compared with dengue virus, a fellow flavivirus (Sci Rep.
In contrast, lung cancer risk from passive smoke exposure is thought to be elevated to less than 2 times that of nonexposed individuals.
Six sites on nonexposed dorsal skin of each participant were assessed, with four sites exposed to ssUVR and the remaining sites serving as positive control (ssUVR only) and baseline control (no treatment or exposure).
The better control exhaust system in these labs, use of effective ventilation system and personal protective device such as face mask and rescheduling duty posting of these personnel's to nonexposed site is recommended for control of health-related hazards of formaldehyde exposure.
Significant difference was found in operating time and concomitant procedures between exposed and nonexposed groups (F = 7.
Comparing persistently to nonexposed children, the study has found an increase of 30 per cent in the risk of detriment to some attention functions, and an increase of two clinical symptoms of autism spectrum symptoms in boys.
9 percent) and had slightly lower scores than their nonexposed siblings on standardized tests.
5%, than for interferon-beta-exposed pregnancies, at 8%, and for nonexposed pregnancies, at 6.
This testing can ensure that PEP is appropriately administered to prevent rabies in persons with exposures to confirmed rabid animals, and might avoid misadministration of PEP to nonexposed persons.
A 2014 study led by Nadir Perroud found that women who were exposed to the Tutsi genocide during pregnancy and their offspring had lower cortisol and glucocorticoid receptor levels than nonexposed women with the same ethnicity and time of pregnancy and their children.
Relative risk (RR) of preterm delivery between the exposed and nonexposed groups was calculated.