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However, Smith points out that many scientists are looking into "how the signal for blurring transforms itself into a biochemical growth signal," which could one day lead to such therapies.
Assess how generics companies are adapting to competitive pressures and blurring the distinctions with mainstream pharmaceutical companies.
To know where the future of trademark dilution by blurring law must go, it is essential to understand what it is, and where it came from.
Therefore, these authors would have had difficulty concluding that retinal hemorrhages caused blurring of vision and metamorphopsia in patients with dengue maculopathy.
Health Perspect 113:A664-A668 (2005)] and "Are EDCs Blurring Issues of Gender?
Here the blurring takes us still further from the source and toward quasi-expressionistic territory.
Shrum summarizes The Psychology of Entertainment Media: Blurring the Lines Between Entertainment and Persuasion as an inquiry into "how the lines between entertainment and persuasion have become increasingly blurred and how these blurred lines might either facilitate or inhibit changes in attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions" (p.
In addition to the blurring of lines between different levels of care in assisted living, the industry is also serving an increasingly diverse population.
THE new open primary system in California can lead to some very interesting scenarios that are worthy of consideration - the blurring of party affiliations, the threat of one party influencing the nominations of another party.
That helped to relieve the pain of moving my eyes," she said, "and subsequent treatment with intravenous steroids improved the blurring, blind spots, and my vision in general.
With our Anti-Shaking, De-Noise, and Face Tracking technologies now embedded into their devices, people can remove undesirable blurring and further enhance pictures right from the image source.
When asked to explain the meaning behind the lyrics, he said, "For me, it was about blurring the lines between men and women, and how much we're the same.