Hans Selye defined it: "Stress is the state manifested by a specific syndrome which consists of all the nonspecifically
induced changes within a biologic system.
Typical markers, such as white blood cells (WBCs) and C-reactive protein (CRP), may reflect this response but nonspecifically
Many studies have revealed that different domains/motifs are present in CP of various begomoviruses through which CPs have the ability to bind nonspecifically
with viral genomes (Kunik et al.
D-dimer and fibrinogen can be elevated nonspecifically
in sepsis and other critical conditions.
You can start there because if you know you do not want parents yelling instructions, you do want them to cheer nonspecifically
(without instruction or conditions).
The Unidad de Investigation y Analisis, Registros y Estadisticas de Salud at the National Children's Hospital, San Jose, Costa Rica, reported 135 cases of larva migrans ocularis and 21 cases of visceral larva migrans caused by nonspecifically
identified ascarids during 2005-2014 (unpub.
In soil, Hg dissolves as free ion or soluble complex and is nonspecifically
adsorbed by binding mainly due to the electrostatic forces, chelated, and precipitated as sulphide, carbonate, hydroxide, and phosphate (TANGAHU et al.
Six years after transplantation he presented to his local hospital nonspecifically
unwell, and was found to have acute kidney injury (AKI) with a rise in creatinine from a baseline of 100 [micro]mol/L to almost 350 [micro]mol/L.
Clinical findings, including history of diseases associated with motility disorders (eg, connective tissue diseases, diabetic neuropathy, Parkinson disease), other gastrointestinal tract diseases, or prior operations, should prompt consideration of bacterial overgrowth in the setting of an otherwise nonspecifically
abnormal small-bowel biopsy, and medication history is important in ruling out OAE.
The result indicated the peptide 'GETRAPL' which repeated three times out of sixty peptides, is a target unrelated peptide, which found to bind target nonspecifically
and it was also reported previously (32,34).
Walker and his traveling companion, Dane Freeman, were partners in Global Holdings Group, a company whose business Walker described nonspecifically
as "investments" and "trading" and "raising] money for an investment in Europe.
Once synthesized in various glands (ovary, testis, and adrenal) and tissues (liver, adipose), these steroids are released into the bloodstream, where they are rendered more soluble by binding nonspecifically
to proteins such as albumin, or more specifically and tightly to sex hormone-binding globulin (binds estrogens and androgens) and cortisol-binding globulin (binds progesterone and cortisol).