Common criminal negligence denotes the common offense pattern made by two more actors having the duty of paying common attention, for their common negligence, who jointly executed or facilitated the act violating the duty of common attention, and finally resulted in dangerous consequence.
RNA interference is considered as a tool of protection against viruses and harmful consequences of mobile elements' transposals.
For a long time, talking about China in a Western way has caused two harmful consequences, which separated theoretical research from its object and from its subject of researches in the field of Chinese educational studies.
This strategy could result in the under-immunosuppression of many transplant recipients in the absence of a real risk for PTLD, with potentially harmful consequences such as an increased rate of acute rejection episodes.
To avoid some harmful consequences of acute exercise, it is necessary to adopt a vigilant attitude with these risk patients and to carefully adjust type and intensity of exercise to the individual situation.
Only the provisional tolerable weekly intake (PTWI), as repeatedly suggested by WHO, should be considered the best guideline to prevent possibly harmful consequences.
It is shown that the electrical conductivity in the cell increases as a result of damage to the electric double layer.
Ophthalmoplegia occurs as a result of damage to these ocular motor nerves and variable involvement of oculosympathetic nerves.
Results of experiments using fractionated high doses supported the suggestion that the hyperacute or high-dose mode of death is the result of damage to nonproliferative tissues.
Relative resistance of a strain to the hyperacute or high-dose mode of death is not necessarily correlated with resistance to the midlethal mode, which is believed to be the result of damage to the proliferative cells of the midgut.
The alteration seems to be a result of damage to kidney function.