ultraslow

ultraslow

(ˌʌltrəˈsləʊ)
adj
extremely slow
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"Ultraslow oscillations in brain excitability are scarcely understood," he wrote in The Lancet Neurology, adding that emerging evidence suggests slow cycles below well-known circadian rhythms influence both physiological functioning and disease states.
In a study by Ozkan et al, Ultraslow infusion (25hours) of low-dose (25mg) t-PA, was used in all patients a with PVT, with an overall success rate of 90% (95% CI 0.85-0.95) with low complications and mortality11.
Lecarpentier et al., "Ultraslow myosin molecular motors of placental contractile stem villi in humans," PLoS One, vol.
Note that the ultraslow dynamics of percolation cluster may underlie the mechanisms that form the so-called water memory: the long-term preservation of the properties is acquired as a result of any (usually weak) influences.
The Gakkel Ridge, for example, is one of the earth's two ultraslow spreading ridges, and the creation of new crust at the ridge, through volcanism and tectonic faulting, is poorly understood.
Designed for all commercial vessels, even when slow or ultraslow steaming, new Intersleek 1100SR slime release technology delivers outstanding macro and micro fouling control with good static resistance, even in warm waters.
Jiang, "Demonstration of ultraslow modes in asymmetric line- defect photonic crystal waveguides," IEEE Photon.
Deng, "Efficient multiwave mixing in the ultraslow propagation regime and the role of multiphoton quantum destructive interference," Optics Letters, vol.
Sokolov, "Fractional Fokker-Planck equation for ultraslow kinetics," Europhysics Letters, vol.
Kochubei: Distributed order calculus and equations of ultraslow diffusion, J.