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- adv. In a nonselective manner
- adv. Describing the isotopic labelling of a compound in which the position and numbering of the labelled nuclides are undefined; such a compound is nonselectively labelled
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On the other hand, metyrapone nonselectively reduced both ethanol and sucrose consumption, mifepristone did not alter ethanol drinking, and binge-like drinking did not correlate with plasma corticosterone levels.
"Almost without exception, drugs currently used to treat autoimmune conditions either inhibit something downstream of the autoimmune response itself, like inflammation, or they moderate the immune system nonselectively, and that results in significant side effects," Dr. Kodadek says.
I’m not sure if it takes that much mercury to accumulate probably depends on Vitamin D status as well b/c as you know if you’re deficient, then your body nonselectively uptakes any mineral like Hg++ which looks like Ca++ calcium…