Definition of Reconstitution

1. Noun. The act of reconstituting. ¹



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Definition of Reconstitution

1. constitution [n -S] - See also: constitution

Medical Definition of Reconstitution

1. 1. A type of regeneration in which a new organ forms by the rearrangement of tissues rather than from new formation at an injured surface. 2. The restoration to original form of a substance previously altered for preservation and storage, as the restoration to a liquid state of blood serum or plasma that has been dried and stored. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconstitution

reconsigns
reconsole
reconsoled
reconsoles
reconsolidate
reconsolidated
reconsolidates
reconsolidating
reconsolidation
reconsolidations
reconsoling
reconstitute
reconstituted
reconstitutes
reconstituting
reconstitution (current term)
reconstitutions
reconstrict
reconstricted
reconstricting
reconstriction
reconstrictions
reconstricts
reconstruct
reconstructable
reconstructed
reconstructed language
reconstructed languages
reconstructible
reconstructing

Literary usage of Reconstitution

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1. Senescence and Rejuvenescence by Charles Manning Child (1915)
"Body- outline of Planaria In experiments of this kind pieces were cut from old, sexually mature animals and allowed to undergo reconstitution; ..."

2. Revolutionary Europe, 1789-1815 by Henry Morse Stephens (1904)
"... England and France—reconstitution of Germany— Secularisation of the German ecclesiastical dominions—reconstitution of Switzerland—Concordat between the ..."

3. Revolutionary Europe, 1789-1815 by Henry Morse Stephens (1902)
"... England and France—reconstitution of Germany- Secularisation of the German ecclesiastical dominions—reconstitution of Switzerland—Concordat between the ..."

4. Revolutionary Europe, 1789-1815 by Henry Morse Stephens (1900)
"... England and France—reconstitution of Germany— Secularisation of the German ecclesiastical dominions—reconstitution of Switzerland—Concordat between the ..."

5. A History of England by James Franck Bright (1904)
"It was no longer a work of destruction that was needed, but a work of reconstitution. The defeat of the army at Tel-el- reconstitution Kebir and the capture ..."

6. The Contemporary Review (1871)
"THE reconstitution OF ENGLAND. THE duel between Celt aud Teuton has been fought out by this time probably to an end. The Celt lies prostrate. ..."

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