Mean activity counts for before and after pheromone exposure (left), and the mean after/before activity ratio
(right), un-irradiated (0 Gy) and irradiated (300 Gy) Epiphyas postvittana males exposed to 1 of 4 levels of temperature shock (0, 1, 2, 4 h at 30 [degrees]C).
Body mass index (BMI), time of diagnosis, HbA1c, interferon gamma (INF-[gamma]), von Willebrand factor (VWF), ADAMTS13 activity, and VWF/ADAMTS13 activity ratio
were normally distributed.
Radiometric activities measured in blackgill rockfish otoliths generally agreed with expected activity ratios
for [sup.210]Pb and [sup.226]Ra (Fig.
MYR only depends of the activity ratios
(a) Healthy individuals (n = 10) Sex, F/M 3/7 Age, years 53.0 (22.6) CSF/serum sPLA2 activity ratio
(b) 0.4(0.1) CSF/serum protein ratio (c) 0.013 (0.003) (a) Categorical data (sex) and continuous variables (age, CSF/serum sPLA2 activity ratio
, CSF/serum protein ratio) are expressed as number of individuals and as mean (SD), respectively.
[R.sub.0] = the activity ratio
of [sup.210]Pb:[sup.226]Ra initially incorporated;
The cutoff points for assigning phenotype based on activity ratio
are shown in Fig.
Use of the plasma aldosterone concentration-to-plasma renin activity ratio
as a screening test for primary aldosteronism: a systematic review of the literature.
* Activity ratio
turnover--also called "efficiency ratios," measure activity or changes in certain assets.
The ApoJ/PON1 activity ratio
is based on the presence of the two proteins in the same particle or in different particles.
In addition, repeated sampling over the 5 years from four of the frozen (-70[degrees]C) human livers from the FAO study (two with high activity and two with low activity at the time of the original assays; data not shown) showed that neither the individual enzyme activities nor the SCHAD/LCHAD activity ratio
changed significantly during that time.
Heart to liver, heart to gut and heart to lung activity ratios
: Background-to-target ratios were used as a surrogate for image quality.