Example sentences for: discriminating

How can you use “discriminating” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Jacobsen and colleagues conducted a retrospective, case-control study analyzing 177 prostate cancer cases diagnosed in Olmsted County, Minnesota in the early 1990s [ 26 ] . PSA was highly discriminating with an area under the ROC curve of 0.94 (SE, 0.01) for all patients.

  • Critical care physicians have at their disposal a variety of data to serve as a guide in discriminating infectious from noninfectious conditions in newly admitted patients.

  • This observation emphasizes the primary goal of structure-based screening procedures, which is to significantly accelerate the initial steps of lead identification projects by automatically discriminating between binders and non-binders, rather than ranking ligands according to their affinity for the receptor.

  • Or it may be that people are staying invested because for a supposed bubble in which prices are driven ever higher by indiscriminate investors, this market is actually quite discriminating, and its standards for corporate performance remain quite high.

  • In general, cell lines with the same origin tend to have similar levels of the latent factors; therefore, these factors can be used for discriminating among the nine different cell lines.


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