biphasic


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bi·pha·sic

 (bī′fā′zĭk)
adj.
Having two distinct phases: a biphasic waveform; a biphasic response to a stimulus.

biphasic

(baɪˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
1. having two phases
2. (Electrical Engineering) See two-phase
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biphasic

adj (pharm) bifásico
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Now, Spanish scientists have improved the applicability of these processes by developing an in situ product removal technique and by using a green biphasic medium consisting of a buffer and an organic phase comprised of GRAS flavoring additives.
10,112,040 titled "Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation using novel unbalanced biphasic waveform and novel electrode arrangement." "We are pleased to have received this latest patent, which further expands the Quell intellectual property portfolio and creates an important and sustainable competitive advantage.
There were n=33 (55.9%) cases of serous carcinoma, n=23 (38.9%) cases of clear cell carcinoma and n=3 (5.08%) cases had biphasic morphology.
The biphasic cartilage repair implant (BiCRI) technology, one of BioGend's two major orthobiologic platforms, is a one-step autologous cartilage repair treatment for knee chondral or osteochondral defects.
Regenerative medicine company BioGend Therapeutics reported on Monday the completion of enrolment of all 92 patients under the Biphasic Cartilage Repair Implant (BiCRI) technology pivotal clinical trial.
They discuss in some detail the basic mechanisms of action at the cellular and molecular level, because scientists ask most about them, and look at the well-known biphasic dose response because they believe that not accounting for the phenomenon contributes to many of the negative studies that have been published.
Morphologic appearance ranges from epithelioid, sarcomatoid, and biphasic subtypes, but variants with pleomorphic, deciduoid, small, vacuolated, and clear cells have also been described.
AE with biphasic seizures and late reduced diffusion (AESD) is one of the clinical subtypes of AE, which is characterized by a febrile seizure (usually >30 min) as the initial neurological symptom, followed by secondary seizures at days 4 to 6 [2].
However, the skin is rarely involved.[1],[2],[3] Here, we reported an extremely rare case of biphasic SS presenting with disseminated cutaneous metastases.
Keywords: Insulin biphasic aspart (BIAsp), Biphasic lispro (LisproMix), Insulin degludec aspart (IDegAsp), Insulin detemir.
Morphologically, 20 patients (53%) were diagnosed as papular amyloidosis (Figure 1), 11 (29%) as macular (Figure 2) and 7 (18%) as biphasic. In general, lower limbs were predominantly affected in 16 (42.1%); upper limbs in 9 (23.68%); isolated posterior trunk involvement in 6 (15.79%) and multiple sites were affected equally in 6 (15.79%) patients.