nonmature

nonmature

(ˌnɒnməˈtjʊə)
adj
not mature; immature
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Carosella, "HLA-G2, -G3, and -G4 isoforms expressed as nonmature cell surface glycoproteins inhibit NK and antigen-specific CTL cytolysis," The Journal of Immunology, vol.
[63] reported for the first time that the bone formation polypeptide is derived from the polypeptide sequence of the BMP-7 nonmature region, which is composed of 15 amino acids.
In the typical nonmature Chinese market, due to the lack of the secondary market price of the project company's equity, the complete disclosure of operating and financial information, and the related complete financing service system, we combine the corporate credit risk measurement with the measurement of supporting credit of third-party's forward repurchase equity and making up principal and interest shortfalls, based on the bond yield curve of the Chinese market, we use the Jarrow-Turnbul binary tree model to derive its default probability and determine the price of CDS which is based on the debt.
and Marquez G.: "V/Ni ratio as a parameter in palaeoenvironmental characterisation of nonmature medium-crude oils from several Latin American basins".
The geotectonic development of intracratonic rifts includes several stages of attenuation and subsequent re activation of tectonic activity, rendering mature and nonmature sediments, respectively.
Stage-4 oocytes would also be spawned in the current year but overlapped significantly in size with nonmature stage-3 oocytes, and early stage-4 oocytes did not always have enough yolk (0-50%) to differentiate them from stage-3 oocytes with the gravimetric method.
They reported that blood significantly increased the value of nonmature ([less than or equal to]55 mg/g) results and significantly decreased the value of mature (>55 mg/g) results at all but the 1:1280 dilution (13).
This Note does not purport to limit the rights of mature minors, nor to establish criteria for distinguishing mature from nonmature minors, accepting instead the already well-established legal framework for addressing such issues.