unamplified

unamplified

(ʌnˈæmplɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not amplified, magnified, or enlarged
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Even better was the reproduction of Ben Allisons unamplified (I assume) double bass, which sounded wonderfully even from note to note, and exactly as full as a good, well-played double bass should sound.
Myc gene amplification is often acquired in lethal distant breast cancer metastases of unamplified primary tumors.
Use of Unamplified RNA/cDNA-Hybrid Nanopore Sequencing for Rapid Detection and Characterization of RNA Viruses
He refused and continued to talk unamplified to the small audience of councillors and officials.
Amplification of species-defining signatures resulted in a high level coverage at targeted loci; however, this targeting strategy resulted in a sacrifice of wider genomic representation noted in the unamplified samples.
And each of them did seize that proverbial moment in the spotlight, even as some of them struggled with the demands of unamplified performance.
And despite Storm's capable teenage tenor, unamplified, he'll be completely inaudible.
Until recently, in the scientific field of acoustical design for concert halls, almost all scientific research was limited to unamplified performances such as classical symphonic music, opera, organ music, chamber music, or theatre.
Switch it off and invite real musicians along to play unamplified traditional Christmas music instead.
Operatic and other unamplified singing styles hugely benefit from the presence of high-pitched harmonics.
Like the bDNA system, this large increase in the intensity or signal-to-noise ratio of this form of label over the single (or few) fluorophore-per-target molecule approaches of classical real-time PCR or array methods allows for detection of much lower numbers of unamplified analyte molecules.
Stringing one unamplified letter or operations entry after another is not coherent narrative.