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Synonyms for test

check

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examine

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  • examine
  • put someone to the test
  • put someone through their paces

challenge

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put something to the test

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Synonyms for test

a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

an operation employed to resolve an uncertainty

a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

a means by which individuals are compared and judged

constituting a tentative model for future experiment or development

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

to subject to a test of knowledge or skill

to engage in experiments

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Synonyms for test

any standardized procedure for measuring sensitivity or memory or intelligence or aptitude or personality etc

the act of undergoing testing

a hard outer covering as of some amoebas and sea urchins

put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to

test or examine for the presence of disease or infection

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examine someone's knowledge of something

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show a certain characteristic when tested

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achieve a certain score or rating on a test

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determine the presence or properties of (a substance)

undergo a test

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According to the risk analysis principle, it is the task of the scientist to perform the risk assessment as a basis for differentiating between mushrooms suitable to be marketed as food mushrooms and those are not by using Ames test to detect mutagenic compound in mushrooms as described by Jorn and Anderson [8].
While the original Ames test is noted for its accuracy in determining whether a substance is mutagenic or not, the Ames II test can identify specifically what mutation is taking place.
Tests were started with the first step of the test strategy, the Ames test, in five bacterial strains.
Keywords: Antimutagenicity; Green tea; Polyphenols; Tobacco; Ames test
Using the Ames test, the team assayed the smoke's mutagenicity, a rough gauge of carcinogenicity.
Midwest BioResearch, LLC (MBR), an outsourced drug disposition and toxicology contract services provider, today announces the introduction of a novel microAmes screen that fully predicts the GLP regulatory Ames test (Salmonella/E.
A number of potentially important chemicals -- including several powerful cholesterol-lowering drugs, herbicides and plasticizers -- are liver carcinogens that uniformly elude detection by short-term carcinogen-screening assays, such as the Ames test.
ISO 10993 for less than 29 days contact duration only - products tested for: Systemic Injection, Intracutaneous Injection, Intramuscular Implantation, Hemolysis - Rabbit Blood, Kligman Maximization, Ames Test, L929 MEM Elution & Agar Diffusion
In the basic biology portion of the project, students use the Ames test to see if a chemical causes cellular mutations.
Those two sources accounted for almost all of the samples' mutagenicity, which the scientists measured with the Ames test, a gauge of cancer-causing potential based on a compound's ability to induce genetic mutations in bacteria.
Four years ago, researchers at the Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer at the University of Nebraska in Omaha showed that capsaicin, the predominant capsaicinoid, can cause genetic mutation in the Ames test -- a quick bacterial assay used to screen for possible carcinogens.
While the Ames test still comes out ahead, he says, a battery of tests can now offer somewhat better discrimination of hazard risk than any one assay alone.
The Ames test performed by Shepson and colleagues at Northrop, together with researchers at two local Environmental Protection Agency laboratories, examined the ability of toluene and its breakdown products to induce mutations in bacteria.