artefactual

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artefactual

(ˌɑːrtɪˈfæktjʊəl)
adj
relating to an artefact
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Adj.1.artefactual - of or relating to artifactsartefactual - of or relating to artifacts    
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In fact, there is always a possibility that such findings may have happened artefactually during invitro cell divisions.
Thus, there are downsides to IHC as well, such as false-positive/false-negative results in tissues that are artefactually damaged (ATRX and IDH1), (3) a lack of clear cutoff criteria for immunoreactivity (p53), (19) and cross-reactivity for nonneoplastic tissue (for example, microglial staining in H3K27M IHC).
Are estimates of socioeconomic inequalities in chronic disease artefactually narrowed by self-reported measures of prevalence in low-income and middle-income countries?
[13.] Crabbe G, Van Paucke M, Cantinseaux B, artefactually normal automated platelet counts due to Malaria infected RBC.
The current national guidelines state that a fasting sample is mandatory due to effect of food intake on the triglyceride which causes the equation to 'overestimate' VLDL and, therefore, artefactually 'underestimate' LDL.