reconstitution


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Translations
إعادَة تَكْوين
rekonstituce
genskabelserekonstituering
rendbehozás
endurgerî
yeniden oluşturma

reconstitution

[ˈriːˌkɒnstɪˈtjuːʃən] Nreconstitución f

reconstitution

[ˌriːkɒnstɪˈtjuːʃən] nreconstitution f

reconstitution

n
(of assembly, committee)Rekonstitution f (form)
(of food)Zubereitung faus einem Konzentrat; (of solution)Auflösen ntin Wasser

reconstitute

(riːˈkonstitjuːt) verb
to put or change (something) back to its original form eg by adding liquid. to reconstitute dried milk.
reˌconstiˈtution noun

re·con·sti·tu·tion

n. reconstitución, restitución de un tejido a la forma inicial.

reconstitution

n reconstitución f; immune — reconstitución inmune
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First, is the riskless asset reconstitution assumption always reasonable?
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This collaboration began in the fall of 2003 when the Centre for Constitutional Studies at the University of Alberta sponsored a workshop on the reconstitution of security, specifically comparing the North American and European experiences.
Additionally, this covers redeployment and reconstitution of units and material.
The dramatic effect of HAART on KS and PCNSL incidence is postulated to result from partial reconstitution of immunity and enhanced responses to viral and other tumor antigens.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Highly active antiretroviral therapy can cause a syndrome known variously as immune reconstitution disease, reversal syndrome, and immune response syndrome.
The evidence is good that such therapy reconstitutes the immune system and leads to the resolution and prevention of opportunistic infections, but highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) can itself cause a syndrome known variously as immune reconstitution disease, reversal syndrome, and immune response syndrome.
These hypotheses, plus the availability of mass-sources and family reconstitution techniques, have allowed many to try to measure the demographical impact of proto-industrialization.
An NEA survey of educators in the midst of reconstitution indicates strong sentiment for the criteria to include "multiple measures of school performance, not a single test score.