nonproven

nonproven

(ˌnɒnˈpruːvən; ˌnɒnˈprəʊvən)
adj
not proven, not tried and tested
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As PPAR[gamma] transrepressional activity is also involved in the repression of proinflammatory cytokines in the stromal vascular cells of WAT (i.e., the macrophage containing cellular fraction), similar molecular mechanisms of regulation may also occur in adipocytes and macrophages, but it is a nonproven hypothesis at the moment.
The findings suggest that physicians should continue to educate patients about the limits of nonproven OTC medications and natural remedies for cold prevention and treatment, wrote Dr.
The impression may thus be left by this concatenation of nonproven factors that your patient was at high risk of shoulder dystocia, that this was foreseeable, and that you were negligent in not having performed a C-section to prevent it.
Samur M, Bozcuk HS, Kara A, Savas B (2001) Factors associated with utilization of nonproven cancer therapies in Turkey.
Yet the so-called anthropogenic origin of global warming remains entirely nonproven. Back in the spring of this year, even the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which now has a huge stake in arguing the "caused by humans" thesis, admitted in its summary that there could be a one-in-three chance its multitude of experts are wrong.