Example sentences for: infrequently

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

  • Nonetheless, it reveals that a significant fraction of stress-modulated genes is not represented in existing EST collections and that many are infrequently transcribed in normal plants, underlining the need to construct specialized libraries.

  • One reason that such clinical decision support is infrequently delivered is that today's subsystems - for example, the laboratory and pharmacy systems - do not have good interfaces and thus cannot readily communicate with each other.

  • Below, some all too infrequently asked questions with answers gleaned from the ad and the Web site, www.barron-centers.com.

  • In surveying the growing number of studies and claims of new cells that can acquire some type of heart cell phenotype in vitro or in vivo (for a review see [6]), it will become increasingly important to create a set of rigorous criteria that would distinguish between the following: authentic progenitor cells that are already committed to the cardiac lineage; pluripotent stem cells that can infrequently adopt the cardiac phenotype; phenotypic drift of other muscle progenitors with an increased propensity to enter cardiac lineages; and a variety of other cell types that can aberrantly express cardiac markers ectopically or by fusion with neighboring cardiac muscle cells.

  • The editor of the Sydney Truth during the period 1895-1906, John Norton was one of those dynamic one man bands who not infrequently seemed to have written whole issues on his own and who was certainly very influential in determining the style by which Truth came to be known.


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