superatom

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su·per·at·om

 (so͞o′pər-ăt′əm)

superatom

(ˈsuːpərˌætəm)
n
(Atomic Physics) physics a cluster of atoms behaving in certain ways like a single atom
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Liu et al13 in his study has found the sensitivity and specificity of CT in detecting perinephric fat invasion as 32.26% and 85.87%, in detecting tumor thrombosis as 84% and 100%, in detecting adrenal gland invasion as 60% and 95.79%, in detecting lymph node involvement as 50% and 96.36%, in detecting distant metastasis as 100% and 99.67%, respectively.
This high response rate achieved in our study is comparable to other studies done on similar combination regimens like ALLY-3 Phase III Study done by Nelson et al13 where SVR rate of 90% was achieved in Genotype 3 treatment naive patients and the study done by Wyles et al14 in HCV/HIV co-infected patients which gave an SVR rate of 97% in all genotypes.
Likewise, Wilhelm et al13 also reported similar cranial base growth patterns for both classes I.e.
Reddy et al7, Logaraj et al13 also reported increasing symptoms of CVS with increased hours of computer use.
2) A remarkable study in this regard was carried out by Lee et al13 which involved majority of patients with perineal wounds and all were successfully treated with negative pressure therapy.
In study by Chen et al13 the diagnostic values of EUS, US and CT scans were compared with each other for detection and staging of periampullary tumor.
Shiny et al13 and Lou et al14 revealed that increased NLR has strong association with glucose intolerance and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetic patients.
Simmi Tiwari et al13 reported achievement below average (88.8%) and S Bisoi et al6 also found poor conversion rate (74.2%) among new sputum positive cases.
This issue has most deeply been investigated for aluminium, whose hydrolysates in particular are [[[Al.sub.13][O.sub.4][(OH).sub.24][([H.sub.2]O).sub.12]].sup.7+] ions (the so-called Keggin ions generally denoted by Al13).
Similarly in the following year Ronald Findlay (AL13), looking at trade and development, presents a long-term economic history divided into four periods: 1000-1500; 1500-1870; 1870-1914, and the century from 1914.
Lots of options are opened up with combinations such as AL13 ERT, RO13 ERT and SU13 ARU all becoming available.
In studies conducted by Moqattash et al12 and Mujeeb et al13, internal assessment was not taken into account as major integrative variable.