ultrarapid


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ultrarapid

(ˌʌltrəˈræpɪd)
adj
extraordinarily quick or fast
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A cloud-compatible bioinformatics pipeline for ultrarapid pathogen identification from next-generation sequencing of clinical samples.
The method developed at Shinshu University relies on ultrarapid cooling (or fast freezing) that keeps cells and vital biological material during freezing process.
Ultrarapid capillary elec-trophoresis method for the determination of reduced and oxidized glutathione in red blood cells.
Ultrarapid visual categorisation of natural and artifactual objects.
It has been shown that vitrification and ultrarapid protocols did not affect the incidence of apoptosis in human ovarian tissue after warming and 24 hr of in vitro culture (25), but at the molecular level, there were some slight differences in the level of expression of apoptosis-related genes between the vitrified and non-vitrified groups (26).
For example, ultrarapid metabolizers of cytochrome P450 (CYP) 2D6 may discontinue risperidone due to nonresponse, or require a higher dose or longer time period to respond.
regulatory approval for Afrezza, an inhaled insulin with ultrarapid PK/PD properties that enable improved postprandial glycemic control in adults with T1D or T2D.
Total body clearance was six and two times higher in ultrarapid metabolizers and extensive metabolizers respectively [25].
Shi et al., "Ultrarapid formation of multiphase reinforced joints of hypereutectic Al-Si alloys via an ultrasound-induced liquid phase method using Sn-51In interlayer," Materials Science and Engineering A, vol.
Nazhat, "Ultrarapid engineering of biomimetic materials and tissues: Fabrication of nano- and microstructures by plastic compression," Advanced Functional Materials, vol.
After removing the concrete, repair of the damaged part is carried out using a cementitious material such as an ultrarapid hardening nonshrink polymer cement mortar or ultrarapid hardening concrete.