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  • n. Plural form of viability.

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Examples

  • In short, Kim's has been one of the best friends the RIAA and MPAA could ask for in terms of their future retail sales viabilities by exposing lesser known acts.

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  • The economic viabilities of the resources estimates discussed in the release have not been established and may not be.

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  • Figures 4 and 5 demonstrate that the effect EGCG has on the viability of cells is higher then that of Trehalose and that having both of the components in the solution (i.e. IMT-2) has resulted with very high viabilities after freeze thawing and freeze drying.

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  • The EGCG ingredient which results with similar viabilities after both procedures imposes sufficient protection on the cells during both freeze thawing and freeze drying.

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  • In addition, the viabilities received after freeze drying for IMT-2 and EGCG solution were similar to the viabilities received with these solutions after freeze thawing.

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  • BP7033Br ALK reduced MDA-MB-231 and D3H2LN cell viabilities about 90\% with a concentration 4-fold inferior to that of BP7033Br.

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  • During the quarter, we recorded a $1 million non-cash gain related to the evaluation of our warrant viabilities.

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  • Shown are viabilities of drug-treated 2C T cells relative to that of DMSO-treated 2C T cells.

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  • The viabilities reported for each genotype after each day of serial growth were the mean values±2 standard errors calculated from at least eight independent cultures.

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  • Differences between mean viabilities that exceeded two standard errors were considered statistically significant at the 95\% confidence interval.

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