nonmolecular

nonmolecular

(ˌnɒnməˈlɛkjʊlə)
adj
(General Physics) physics not molecular, not made up of or relating to molecules
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While several nonmolecular studies reported that various species of Caulerpa were a chloroplast source for E.
Indeed, the gastroenterologists are facing a long list of various molecular and nonmolecular tests, but the problem is to optimize and designanaccuratetesttoproduce informationon(i)presence of the infection and (ii) antibiotic susceptibility profile.
Ginocchio, "Detection of respiratory viruses using nonmolecular based methods," Journal of Clinical Virology, vol.
Using qPCR allows for high-throughput processing and unlike other nonmolecular diagnostic techniques (such as histology), it can allow for greater sensitivity, specificity, and quantification of the target (Valasek & Repa 2005, Robert et al.
Several well-established nonmolecular tests are part of the standard of care at first diagnosis of breast cancer.
Nonmolecular epidemiologic studies have hinted at climate-driven patterns of influenza virus spread in South America; for example, diffusion of influenza activity from tropical to temperate areas has been noted in Brazil (13).
Kamran Azeem from Panjwani Center of Molecular Medicine and Drug Research (PMDR), University of Karachi in his speech explained the NonMolecular Genetics, its application In Genetics and Biotechnology and said, Molecular Biology brings uniformity in life.
In short, a phylogenetic analysis of Unionicola mites based on nonmolecular data would presumably allow for greater taxon sampling.
Phylogenetic studies on didelphid marsupials II, Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequences: Separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon samplings.
"What's surprising is that development makes use of nonmolecular information" to create body parts, he says.
Nonmolecular data and new IRBP sequenes: separate and combined analyses of didelphine relationships with denser taxon sampling.