Non-Fluctuating

Non-Fluctuating

Describing a feature, such as a price, that does not change. For example, a non-fluctuating return is fixed and does not change for any reason short of default. A non-fluctuating feature is the opposite of a volatile feature.
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Results showed these L-T3 implants continuously released non-fluctuating levels of T3 dose dependently for over 6 months.
Jaundice was progressive non-fluctuating associated with yellowish urine, clay colored stools.
A steady supply of basic non-fluctuating electricity from a source that is totally reliable around the clock.
today announced that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded the company a grant under the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program supporting the development of a long-term, non-fluctuating dopamine agonist treatment for Parkinson's disease.
Yanmar YDG model generators deliver non-fluctuating portable diesel power in 2700, 3700 or 5500 watt ratings.
In non-fluctuating environments, maximization of growth is shown to represent a "functional balancing between roots and shoots" which depends on the limiting resource (nitrogen or light).
We are pleased to begin treating the first patient in this important study to evaluate the pharmacokinetic profile, safety and tolerability of our ropinirole implant, which is designed to deliver continuous, non-fluctuating levels of this dopamine agonist for up to three months," said Kate Beebe, PhD, Titan's executive vice president and chief development officer.
A product that delivers non-fluctuating, therapeutic levels of an opioid antagonist, continuously for up to 6 months, may be ideally suited for the prevention of opioid relapse and overdose.