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Editorial Commentary: Molecular Diagnosis of Child Pneumonia: High Yield, Uncertain Specificity

New specificity and yield enhancer of polymerase chain reactions

Is Site-Specific Yield Response Consistent over Time? Does It Pay?

A modified bacterial one-hybrid system yields improved quantitative models of transcription factor specificity

Formaldehyde activation of mitoxantrone yields CpG and CpA specific DNA adducts

Cell-specific expression of wild-type MeCP2 in mouse models of Rett syndrome yields insight about pathogenesis

MB-36COMBINED CLINICAL PARAMETERS WITH SPECIFIC MRI FEATURES YIELD HIGHLY ACCURATE PREDICTION OF MEDULLOBLASTOMA SUBTYPES: DATA FROM 72 PATIENTS IN A BLINDED STUDY

Shoot-Specific Down-Regulation of Protein Farnesyltransferase (α-Subunit) for Yield Protection against Drought in Canola

Two cytosolic glutamine synthetase isoforms play specific roles for seed germination and seed yield structure in Arabidopsis

Combined Screening of Thymocytes Using Apoptosis-Specific cDNA Array and Promoter Analysis Yields Novel Gene Targets Mediating TCDD-Induced Toxicity

Redefining the Scl-70 indirect immunofluorescence pattern: autoantibodies to DNA topoisomerase I yield a specific compound immunofluorescence pattern

P2753Diagnostic yield of high sensitivity cardiac troponin for acute myocardial infarction in the emergency room: when sensitivity does not meet specificity

 

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1 The ratio of the water drained from a rock under the influence of gravity, or removed by pumping, to the total volume of the rock voids or pore space in the drained rock. The difference is caused by the retention of water in the rock, due to molecular attraction and capillarity. See specific retention.

2 The volume of water released by a falling water-table from a given volume of fully saturated rock.

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