irreproducibility


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the quality of being unreproducible

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Harris's principal remedy for the irreproducibility problem is greater scientific rigor, and many of his suggestions seem so obvious that it's hard to believe they aren't already standard practice: Check cell lines before beginning an experiment that depends on the cell line being correct.
Because patents require their inventors to sufficiently disclose their inventions to others--enough to enable their peers to "make and use" their claimed inventions (6)--it would seem that patent law provides a bulwark against irreproducibility. But it does not.
Though the song uses repetitions of key melodies and motifs, the greatest thrills come from the sections that feel left open to the interpretation of the moment, resulting in musical events that have a genuine sense of irreproducibility about them.
Irreproducibility of the soybean pollen-tube pathway transformation procedure.
Irreproducibility of preclinical animal data can also lead to the failure of human clinical trials and ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) for animal studies which may improve the quality of animal research and increase transparency and reproducibility [74].
In 2015 several research groups examining the issue reported on the magnitude of the irreproducibility problem.
This was done in response to issues with irreproducibility (primarily) in preclinical studies.
Irreproducibility of the activity and chronicity indices limits their utility in the management of lupus nephritis: Lupus Nephritis Collaborative Study Group.
Sciacca et al., "Probing the sources of the apparent irreproducibility of amyloid formation: drastic changes in kinetics and a switch in mechanism due to micelle like oligomer formation at critical concentrations of IAPP," The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol.
The lack of meaningful progress in preclinical cancer research was highlighted by the irreproducibility of >70% of published studies.
“Hyperquenching technology promises to address a major source of irreproducibility influencing X-ray diffraction outcomes, to simplify the identification of satisfactory cryoprotection conditions, and to increase the throughput of structure-solving pipelines,” says Robert Thorne, Chairman and CTO of MiTeGen.
While acknowledging the seemingly boundless potential for artificial intelligence within computer applications, Ong was insistent on the irreproducibility of personhood through machinery.
His alleged irreproducibility underwrites his uniqueness and maintains his esoteric nature, his "aura," a "quality" Whitman called "most real, but wholly indefinable" (WWWC, 5:119).