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Synonyms for reconstitute

Synonyms for reconstitute

construct or form anew or provide with a new structure


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Clinical implications of immune reconstitution in AIDS.
The success of the reconstitution effort could be attributed to the collective efforts of two brigade support battalions (BSBs); an aviation support battalion; Army Field Support Battalion-Afghanistan; a medical task force; Kellogg, Brown, and Root; and the Counter Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Task Force.
Disorders of immune reconstitution in patients with HIV infection responding to antiretroviral therapy.
For instance, the cost of raising immediate liquidity to finance asset reconstitution may exceed its benefit given imperfect short-term capital markets.
Many of the new reconstitution systems can be adapted to currently marketed drugs without the need for changing manufacturing processes or packaging components such as vials, stoppers and seals.
Jeremy's comments mirror the results from a recently published study in the Journal of Outcomes Research(1) that compared recombinant factor VIII reconstitution systems.
This brings us to a second understanding of the reconstitution of security as the recomposing or remaking of the subjects and objects of security.
These approaches include biologic therapy using interleukin (IL)-2, IL-12, interferon-alpha, monoclonal antibodies directed against B cell targets, cytotoxic T lymphocytes directed against viral targets, immune-based therapy, stem cell reconstitution, angiogenesis inhibitors, therapeutic vaccines, and traditional cytotoxic chemotherapy regimens (often in combination with a biologic or immunologic approach).
The best-characterized sources of immune reconstitution disease include Mycohacterium avium complex (MAC), cytomegalovirus (CMV), herpes zoster, pulmonary tuberculosis, and cryptococcal meningitis.
These hypotheses, plus the availability of mass-sources and family reconstitution techniques, have allowed many to try to measure the demographical impact of proto-industrialization.
With the right equipment, it can be done in a few minutes, and the reconstitution date should then be clearly marked on the container.
Focus on the female voice, in both its literal and figurative sense, partly concentrated (over a lengthy conference) on women and AIDS, which tied in to a two-day seminar about Bagouet's heritage and the problems of reconstitution.
Other state statutes provide more flexibility, allowing for reconstitution upon a vote of the majority of the remaining members or upon the consent of all remaining partners unless the articles of association provide otherwise.
Lyophilized drugs are sold with reconstitution vial systems, or packaged in special injection devices (e.