In addition, if there are chemicals in the environment that directly interfere
with TH action on their receptors but do not affect TH levels in the blood, they cannot be identified as thyroid toxicants by the current screening methods.
Students said getting out of school later would interfere
with jobs as well as with sports and other extracurricular activities.
Margarines containing stanol esters, which also interfere
with cholesterol absorption, are already approved for sale in the United States.
The satellites' signals seriously interfere
with astronomers' observations in a protected radio band at about 1612 megahertz (MHz).
Often, strong unwanted transmissions interfere
with reception by a wireless device.
Pollsters said students fear that staying later at school would interfere
with sports activities and homework.
In the portrait of the electron waves that emerged, the team found fluctuations like those observed when overlapping light waves interfere
with each other--their crests and troughs adding and canceling.
Moritz further argued that public dollars cannot be given to a private party, that the supervisors have no control over how the money will be spent, that initiatives cannot interfere
with financial decisions of a county, and that the initiative poses a danger to the local budget process.
Levy of Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, who also studies ways to interfere
with bacterial resistance mechanisms.
Authentium's solution is based on the company's trusted security extensions toolkit, which watches web-based interactions and can monitor attempts to interfere
with those interactions.
It suggests that some cellular telephones can interfere
with the device, which emits an electric signal to keep the heartbeat on track.
The FDA-cleared foam cushion is made of a radiolucent material that does not interfere
with image quality.
The discovery also strengthens the hypothesis that drugs which interfere
with the interaction between HIV and CC-CKR-5 can safely slow the spread of the virus in infected individuals.
This is a crucial time in my career - going from child to adult actor - and I can't allow anything to interfere
Agris and his colleagues at North Carolina State University in Raleigh have successfully modified a small strand of DNA to mimic and interfere
with a vital cog in the machinery that bacteria, yeast, and mammalian cells use to make proteins.