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capable of being detected

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easily seen or detected

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93 pg/mL, while the other 10 children with detectable IL-17A levels had borderline value of 15.
Detectamet manufactures and distributes the largest range of detectable plastic products in the world.
All but 1 man were taking antiretroviral therapy, but 15 men (45%) had a detectable HIV viral load.
We examined the natural history of the first detectable PSA and determined the associated predictors of reaching BCR.
For this reason, igus has developed a new material, Energy Chain, made from a detectable polymer.
Professor Armour, Professor of Human Genetics at The University of Nottingham, said that there should be a detectable shift between right and left handed people because modern methods for typing genetic variation cover nearly all of the genome.
Small UAV detection is difficult because it requires the system to have excellent minimum detectable velocity (MDV) and Doppler resolution, which allows a radar to distinguish between objects moving at different speeds.
For food plants that use x-ray detection to inspect loads prior to shipping, the pallet may be optionally enhanced with a blend of detectable materials that make it x-ray compatible.
Plastic mate rials are normally not detectable using x-ray inspection systems.
In 32 of the drums, some detectable concentrations of contaminants were found.
However, concerns associated with the safety and negotiability of such detectable warnings for other travelers have resulted in much controversy.
In the most recent of these surveys, just over 12% of weekend nighttime drivers had a detectable blood alcohol level.
Tests showed people who had detectable levels of a protein called cardiac troponin T (cTnT) were nearly seven times more likely to die of heart disease within six years as those individuals who did not have detectable levels of cTnT.
Longitudinal analysis examined rates of genital tract "shedding"--having detectable genital tract viral load level--and the association with plasma viral load, CD4 cell count, and genital tract infections.
Nearly 86 percent sites contained corn leaves, husks, stalks in their channels and in 13 percent of the sites corn byproducts contained detectable Cry1Ab proteins.