nonirradiated

nonirradiated

(ˌnɒnɪˈreɪdɪˌeɪtɪd)
adj
(General Physics) physics not irradiated, not having undergone irradiation
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Only five recent recipients received irradiated PRBCs, while the others were transfused with nonirradiated blood products.
Low-dose gamma irradiation enhances superoxide anion production by nonirradiated cells through TGF-[beta]1-dependent bystander signaling.
By contrast, individuals taking either of two nicotinamide doses showed remarkable reductions in immunosuppression of 50% to 66%, depending on radiation dose, with no effects observed in nonirradiated skin.
Thus electron beam irradiation of beef jerky and later on GC/MS analysis of induced hydrocarbons was found to be a possible chemical discrimination method for irradiated and nonirradiated samples.
Differential complication rates following radical cystectomy in the irradiated and nonirradiated pelvis.
Microradiographic and microscopic studies on in situ induced initial caries in irradiated and nonirradiated dental enamel.
In infected and irradiated (1hr after infection) N2a cells, the production of mIL12 followed a similar pattern of the IL12 increase as detected in nonirradiated cells.
There was no significant difference in the skin EI among nonirradiated groups (P > 0.
The number average molecular weight of nonirradiated waste PET sample was observed to be 80387.
This is likely due to the known poor survival in sarcomatoid mesotheliomas, (44) which were more common in the nonirradiated group.