miscorrection

miscorrection

(ˌmɪskəˈrɛkʃən)
n
a wrong correction
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Since we implemented the sum Si three stages to pass away delay miscorrection with the carry generation.
We increased PCR specificity by modifying the last 5 bases of the 3' end with thiophosphate bonds, which prevent miscorrection by the proofreading activity of the DNA polymerase.
Typos in 1/2, missing or added italics, and at least one miscorrection *** have been disregarded and a list of emendations foregone.
5) All of the 19 remaining errors repeat the original readings except one, which is either a miscorrection or a simple misprint or a misprint of a real correction: "minutia" is on page 440 of the 1929 first printing and on page 367 of the Scribner Library edition; it should be "minutiae"; it appears on page 359 of the new edition as "minutae.
For maximum data security with the lowest probability of miscorrection, an optional five burst software correction with burst limiting is available.
Secondly, there were few indications that NNS frustrate SLA by giving each other miscorrections and error incorporations.