prestore


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prestore

(priːˈstɔː)
vb (tr)
to store in advance of being needed
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For POC applications, it is necessary, however, to prestore all reagents in the diagnostic cassette, refrigeration-free.
Researchers note that the study reveals a pattern suggesting that, in general, displays are best targeted to a core group of loyal, female stock-up shoppers, even when those consumers are found to engage in a high degree of prestore planning, such as list making and use of circulars.
Indicating a potential association between perceived behavioralcontrol and product information search, constraints such as a lack of mobility (e.g., availability of transportation to travel store to store) and committed leisure time were identified as inversely related to prestore search (Avery, 1996).