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participating readily in reactions

reacting to a stimulus

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2%) neonates of the immunoglobulin M reactive group needed neonatal intensive care unit admission compared to none in the non-reactive group.
Out of 100 patients, clinical foetal distress was seen in 8 out of 89 reactive traces (8.
The sample size was 202; however, results indicate a high proportion of reactive SHC tests were not confirmed by reference treponemal testing (16 of 26, 61.
It is mainly used to supply or absorb reactive power into the grid.
One appealing way to achieve high-solid alkyd coatings is using reactive diluents.
Reactive Black-5 (RB-5) was used as azo dye and for chromium (Cr) three different sources like K2Cr2O7, CrCl3, Cr2(SO4)3 were used.
Mercia has also now invested the second tranche of PS500,000 in London-based Crowd Reactive, a usergenerated content platform for events and venues.
Variables included body height, body mass, broad jump, 5-m sprint, and handball-specific tests of non-reactive agility (CODS) and reactive agility (reactive-agility).
Since red dyes usually exhibit poor fastness properties the research was focussed on this particular colour gamut of reactive dyes.
The guidelines further recommend that labs should apply this same testing algorithm, starting with a lab-based antigen/antibody combination immunoassay, to serum or plasma specimens filed for testing following a reactive (preliminary positive) finding from any rapid HIV test.
Reactive thrombocytosis refers to thrombocytosis in the absence of a chronic myeloproliferative or myelodysplastic disorder and is associated with a number of medical conditions (Table 1)1.
In particular, air-drying solventborne alkyd paints need to meet increasingly stringent emission limits and often must be reformulated with suitable exempt solvents or reactive diluents to achieve volatile organic compound (VOC) reduction.
Non-treponemal tests typically become reactive within several weeks following infection, remain reactive without treatment, and can be persistently reactive for months to years following treatment.
Chronic intake of potato chips in humans increases the production of reactive oxygen radicals by leukocytes and increases plasma C-reactive protein: a pilot study.