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An additive effect on mortality was observed when SpltNPV was combined at the lowest dose (1x107 POB/ml) along with all three concentrations (0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 ug/g) of B.
Contrary to all studies already discussed, Ulutas, Sirin, Aksoy, Sahin and Kura (2013) found a better fit with the model that considered only the direct additive effect. The authors point out that this model presented higher values of genetic parameters and heritability, since all the genetic variation was included in this random effect.
According to the present findings, the MICs of colistin plus sulbactam demonstrated in synergy testing [SIGMA]FICI [less than or equal to] 1 (synergistic effect plus additive effect) by 53.3%.
They verified the presence of only one major gene with additive effects regulating resistance, and thereby concluded that, depending on the culture studied, the genetic control of resistance to M.
A breakdown of individual HQ contributions to HIs is presented in Figure 2, and the number of multi-chem advisories for which a contaminant was the major contributor to the overall additive effect is presented in Table S4 to provide insight into which contaminants drive the multi-chem-based advisories.
Its additive effects exhibited negative values, indicating that the allele inherited from Landrace is related to higher phenotypic values when compared to KNP.
The term additive effect, which comes from biological and chemical research, refers to combining multiple elements so that the results equal the sum of each element's effects.
To evaluate the additive effect on the pigment sedimentation stability, tests on pigmented uncured mixtures were performed with 2% white pigment Ti[O.sub.2] (Durlin, France) and 0.01% red pigment (RED 6, Durlin, France) in a thermostatically controlled environment at the temperature of 50 [degrees]C for 4 weeks.
Also, alcohol works on a GABAA-mediated neuroinhibitory pathway and could have an additive effect on other medications working on the same pathway.
Speaking to Gulf News, Dr Saliha Afridi, managing director of a psychology clinic, said that the additive effect stress has on people can lead to such extreme steps.
Further, protein and fat have an additive effect on postprandial glycemic rise, based on results of the randomized study involving 33 children.
The laquinimod treatment indicated an additive effect in the development of renal function when integrated with the standard of care.
Since leucine and phenylalanine appear to lower blood glucose by different mechanisms, an additive effect on the glucose response was expected when they were given together.
Interestingly, preliminary tests of latonduine A in combination with other potential CFTR correctors have shown an additive effect. "There may be two separate flaws in the folding," says Carlile, "So it might be better to produce two molecules instead of one."
Only in large meta-analyses, small additive effect of NCAN could be detected.