noun see disequilibrate

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • disequilibration — See disequilibrate. * * * …   Universalium

  • disequilibration — noun The act of bringing about a state of disequilibrium …   Wiktionary

  • disequilibration — dis·equilibration …   English syllables

  • disequilibration — “+ noun : the quality or state of being disequilibrated …   Useful english dictionary

  • disequilibrate — disequilibration, n. /dis i kwil euh brayt , dis ee kweuh luy brayt/, v.t., disequilibrated, disequilibrating. to put out of equilibrium; unbalance: A period of high inflation could disequilibrate the monetary system. [1895 1900; DIS +… …   Universalium

  • disequilibrate — transitive verb Date: 1891 to put out of balance • disequilibration noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • HLA DR3-DQ2 — Mgh haplotype = HLA DR3 DQ2 image source = HLA region on chromosome 6 chromosome = 6 location = 6p21.3 variable = alias = HLA DRB1*0301:DQA1*0501:DQB1*0201 othertype = Serotype loci1name = HLA DR loci1rows = 3 gene1name = HLA DRA gene1var = [http …   Wikipedia

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  • HLA-DQ7 — DQ haplotypes of this serotype are formed between the cis chromosomal genes of the DQA1 locus. This includes DQA1*0301, *0302, *0303, *0401, *0505, *0601. There is a rather large degree of disequilibration about DQA1*0301 suggesting that this is… …   Wikipedia

  • HLA-DR7 — is genetically linked HLA DR53, and is linked to DQ2 serotypes. There are a few interesting genetics with DR7. The A29 Cw16 B44 DR7 DQ2 haplotype is in strong linkage disequilibrium particularly in Northwestern Europe. The highest frequencies… …   Wikipedia

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