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Total count values, were seen in high ranges in CML, with more than 100, 000/[micro]l, in 58% of cases, and as much as 29% of them had more than 200, 000/[micro]l, followed by AML, which had 46% of cases up to 50, 000/[micro]l, and 25% more than that.
Nevertheless, prospective cohorts will be better designs to study this association between CD4 cell count and hypertension as serial blood pressure and CD4 cell count measurements over time will enable us to determine at what CD4 cell count values hypertension is most likely to set in.
where c([T.sub.i]) is count value of every trajectory in group and aver(G) is the average count in group G.
Sub-clinical 24 (80%) 06 (20%) -- 30 Clinical 23 (85%) 03 (11%) 01 (4%) 27 Total 47 (82%) 09 (16%) 01 (2%) 57 Table 2: Post treatment changes in somatic cell count Randomly Somatic cell count values Somatic cell count values selected cows (Pre treatment) (Post treatment) 1 2.6 x [10.sup.5] 1.2 x [10.sup.5] 2 2.8 x [10.sup.5] 1.33 x [10.sup.5] 3 2.55 x [10.sup.5] 1.12 x [10.sup.5] 4 2.59 x [10.sup.5] 0.9 x [10.sup.5] 5 2.66 x [10.sup.5] 0.95 x [10.sup.5]
The main idea of SEARCH is to find multiple routes which have a minimum hop count value. SEARCH uses a greedy algorithm by using location information.
By averaging all the values in the slide-window from t - r + 1 to t, we obtain the average hop count value for the next moment t + 1.
When a node receives a beacon packet from a neighbouring node, it only adds the neighbouring node to the routing table (RT) if the neighbouring node is closer to the BC than it is, in terms of hop count value (lines 2-4 in Algorithm 1).
The findings are in line with a British study that the reticulocyte count value decreases with growing age of an infant.3
where [S.sub.m] (in W/nm) is maximum spectral power of the measured light, [s.sub.m] (in counts/W for digital sensor) is maximal count value of photometer absolute spectral sensitivity.
Count lea strength product value was determined by multiplying actual count value with the respective lea strength value of yarn (CLSP = Yarn Count x Lea Strength) according to British standards (1985).
This value, often referred to as the raw count value, is stored in the device.