untypable

untypable

(ʌnˈtaɪpəbəl)
adj
(Computer Science) not able to be typed or keyed in on a keyboard
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28 In the present study, the most frequent DNA of HBV in the studied population was genotype D, followed by genotype C, genotype A and untypable genotypes.
5%) had co-infection and 345 (8%) samples showed no result-designated as untypable by the genotyping.
Diagnostically untypable hepatitis C virus variants: it is time to resolve the problem.
The STEC serogroups associated with human diseases are numerous which include O1, O2, O4, O5, O6, O22, O23, O26, O38, O45, O48, O50, O55, O73, O75, O91, O100, O103, O104, O105, O111, O113, O114, O115, O117, O118, O119, O121, O125, O126, O128, O132, O145, O153, O163, O165, and O166, as well as untypable isolates [9].
1%), an untypable MDR strain, was resistant to the fluoroquinolones tested.
David, Senior Research Officer, NIE, Chennai, underwent Advanced Training in Rotavirus Characterization Methods and to Genotype Untypable Strains from the Rotavirus Collection at CDC, Atlanta (January 13-February 23, 2008).
Virus isolates that were not identified by these standard seroneutralizations were qualified as untypable enteroviruses.
These cases yielded Salmonella serotypes Javiana (383), Typhimurium (27), Anatum (five), Thompson (four), Muenchen (four), and Group D untypable (six).
To persuade the type checker to accept an untypable program, a programmer can manually convert it to typable form by judiciously replacing some unchecked operations with checked ones.