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  • 181hereditary inclusion body myopathy — any of a group of distal myopathies characterized by inclusion bodies with rimmed vacuoles. An autosomal recessive type is due to mutation in the GNE gene (locus: 9p13.3), which encodes a key enzyme in sialic acid biosynthesis. It has onset… …

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  • 182social inclusion —    giving special advantages to selected groups of people    The jargon of social science. See also socially excluded:     The University [Lincolnshire at Humberside] performs well in the Government s social inclusion scale. More than 90 per cent …

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  • 183foreign inclusion — egzogeninis intarpas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Intarpas metale, susidarantis lydomajam metalui sąveikaujant su lydkrosnės išklojos medžiagomis. atitikmenys: angl. foreign inclusion rus. экзогенное включение …

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  • 184Paid Inclusion — Auch Paid Listing , dt. Bezahlte Aufnahme . Aufnahme in den Datenbestand einer Suchmaschine gegen Bezahlung. Der Vorteil liegt darin, dass die Aufnahme in der Regel innerhalb weniger Tage erfolgt und die Webseite regelmäßig neu gespidert wird.… …

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  • 185subacute inclusion body encephalitis — noun a rare chronic progressive encephalitis caused by the measles virus and occurring primarily in children and young adults; death usually occurs within three years; characterized by primary measles infection before the age of two years • Syn:… …

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  • 186class inclusion — Logic. the relation between two classes in which all members of one class are included in the other, as in the proposition All humans are animals. * * * class inclusion, Logic. the relation of one class to a second, where anything which is a… …

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  • 187Differential inclusion — In mathematics, differential inclusions are a generalization of the concept of ordinary differential equation of the form where F(t, x) is a set rather than a single point in . Differential inclusions arise in many situations including… …

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  • 188XML Inclusion — XInclude (XML Inclusions) ist eine W3C Spezifikation, die es ermöglicht, innerhalb von XML Dokumenten auf Teile anderer XML oder Textdokumente zu verweisen. Dieser „Verweis“ wird beim Auflösungsvorgang durch den Inhalt des referenzierten… …

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  • 189Тельца Включений (Inclusion Bodies) — частицы, появляющиеся в ядре и цитоплазме клеток в результате их инфицирования. Наличие этих частиц иногда может быть использовано для выявления у человека такой инфекции. Источник: Медицинский словарь …

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  • 190intranuclear inclusion body — (in trah nu kel ar) A structure found within cells infected with the cytomegalovirus …

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  • 191class inclusion — Logic. the relation between two classes in which all members of one class are included in the other, as in the proposition All humans are animals. * * * …

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  • 192Cytoplasmic inclusion — Inclusions (Cytoplasmic) are non living substances[1] that may or may not be present in a cell, depending on the cell type. Inclusions are stored nutrients, secretory products, and pigment granules. Examples of inclusions are glycogen granules in …

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  • 193[trial]; trachoma inclusion conjunctivitis [organism] — trichlorobiphenyl …

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  • 194Cowdry type I inclusion bodies — eosinophilic nuclear inclusions composed of nucleic acid and protein, seen in cells infected with herpes simplex or varicella zoster virus …

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  • 195viral inclusion bodies — aggregates of viral structures, including replication complexes, transcriptional complexes, nucleocapsids, and virions, occurring in infected cells …

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  • 196microvillus inclusion disease — a rare intestinal disorder, thought to be hereditary and autosomal recessive; infants have severe watery diarrhea with malabsorption of nutrients owing to incomplete development of intestinal villi. The condition is fatal unless the infant is… …

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  • 197subacute inclusion body encephalitis — subacute sclerosing panencephalitis …

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  • 198cell inclusion — a usually lifeless, often temporary, constituent of the cytoplasm of a cell, such as an accumulation of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, pigments, secretory granules, crystals, or other insoluble components …

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  • 199dental inclusion — 1. a tooth so surrounded with bony material that it is unable to erupt. 2. a cyst of oral soft tissue or bone …

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  • 200fetal inclusion — endadelphos …

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