incompatibility


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Synonyms for incompatibility

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the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time

(immunology) the degree to which the body's immune system will try to reject foreign material (as transfused blood or transplanted tissue)

the quality of being unable to exist or work in congenial combination

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Considering the clinical and laboratory findings, a diagnosis of indirect hyperbilirubinemia related with minor blood group incompatibility due to anti-E was made.
The "translocated" incompatibility was evaluated based on the average chlorophyll content (SPAD index) using a portable chlorophyll meter (SPAD-502), with whole and healthy leaves from the plant.
Key words: ABO incompatibility, neonatal jaundice, blood group.
Hence, screening for G6PD deficiency and other haemoglobinopathies in neonatal jaundice may be adopted as a non-mandatory screening test in Assam, especially in case of severe neonatal hyperbilirubinemia without blood group incompatibility.
The issue of incompatibility between holding public office and private ventures resurfaced after it was revealed that Central Bank governor Chrystalla Georghadji's daughter was employed by a law firm owned by Georghadji's estranged husband, which represented former Laiki Bank strongman Andreas Vgenopoulos, with whom the Central Bank is in legal disputes over his role in the lender's failure.
This case of incompatibility comes to respond to the situations often met of civil partnerships increasingly agreed at the expense of marriage.
4 and the supposed incompatibility of third-party accessories does not exist.
71), implies that 'no one can be simultaneously a deputy and a senator', being instituted a type of incompatibility that entails compliance with the principles of bicameralism (Deleanu, 2006, p.
To date, discussion of this issue has been limited to several qualitative studies of triadic supervision, in which supervisee incompatibility was not the intended focus of investigation and was therefore discussed in only a brief and piecemeal way.
Incompatibility occurs when a mixture of two greases shows properties or performance significantly inferior to those of either grease before mixing.
We report a further equipment incompatibility between the V3-GISS triple lumen peripheral set from Go Medical Industries (Subiaco, WA) and the Smart Site needle-free valve port 200E from Alaris (Dublin, Ohio, USA) (Figure 1).
Although the baby was premature, the diagnosis that prompted her admission to the NICU was ABO incompatibility, a condition that can appear in both premature and fullterm babies and part of a broader family of conditions that includes Rh incompatibility [10].
Kovel (editor-in-chief, Capitalism Nature Socialism) presents a critique of Zionism that goes beyond complaints about the unequal treatment and rights afforded Palestinians in the Occupied Territories and within Israel, although these are included, in order to argue the fundamental incompatibility of Zionism with democracy and the negative impact of that incompatibility on the very nature of the Israeli state.
transgene-dependent incompatibility (TDI) strain plants) were found to have a useful crossing property.
They said in a joint statement, "What is completely mistaken is the idea of there being an incompatibility between affective maturity and a homosexual orientation.