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trans·mis·si·ble

 (trăns-mĭs′ə-bəl, trănz-)
adj.
Capable of being transmitted: transmissible signals.

trans·mis′si·bil′i·ty n.
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A free app offering a number of features: a digital version of the Efron Grading Scales, easy-to-use multifocal and toric calculators and oxygen profiles displaying the oxygen transmissibility relevant to a selected contact lens design and prescription:
Changes in population immunity, virus antigenicity, transmissibility, cellular tropism, and pathogenicity may contribute to the recent upsurge of severe EV-D68 infections worldwide.
Among the topics are the function of prion protein and the family member shadoo, the effect of microglial inflammation in prion disease, clinical aspects of human prion diseases, bovine spongiform encephalopathy and scrapie, and chronic wasting disease: the current assessment of transmissibility. Distributed in the US by Ingram Content Group.
In the long view the monetary policy will react to the dynamics, sustainability and transmissibility of inflationary factors, CBA said earlier.
Al-Amad nicely studied the seroprevalence and case characteristics of hepatitis B, C, and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and their transmissibility from patients to dental personnel following percutaneous and mucocutaneous injuries in a teaching dental hospital in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The PARTNER-2 (Partners of People on ART--A New Evaluation of the Risks) study followed the PARTNER-1 study that had examined the same question of HIV transmissibility when undetectable during sexual encounters but with a much smaller number of men who have sex with men (JAMA.
Characteristic relationships such as vibration transmissibility are obtained from vibration response accelerations of the catalyst muffler, then a vibration model is built and the dynamic characteristic parameters identified by comparing with theoretical values calculated from equations of motion.
DAILIES TOTAL1 contact lenses are specifically designed to address contact lens discomfort - they have the highest surface lubricity (or smoothness) and the highest breathability (or oxygen transmissibility) of any leading daily disposable contact lens,3 delivering exceptional comfort that lasts all day.
The family of contact lenses features polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) for enhanced wettability, a high oxygen transmissibility level (Dk/t) and a low modulus.
Another key product is Duracon POM, which is said to exhibit excellent laser transmissibility compared with other semi-crystalline engineering plastics.
Laser welding is a bonding method that uses the laser transmissibility of a plastic material on one side and another material containing additives such as carbon black that absorb laser light on the other side.