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tuberculosis' greatest mysteries: its ability to persist in the body even while under an immune attack.
McKinney of Rockefeller University in New York, and their colleagues show that without a crucial enzyme in this pathway, the TB bacterium can't persist in mouse lungs.
It is hard to believe that a variance of more than 300 percent will persist in a competitive environment.
Despite the inception of new insurance players in Costa Rica in the recent past, INS' market dominance and strong franchise remains unchanged, a trend that should persist in the short and medium term.
Computer companies that offer systems with enhanced security find few customers, and users persist in ignoring basic precautions.
The opening of the insurance market in the country since mid-2008 allows new players to participate, which may result in some competition for INS, but its market dominance is expected to persist in the medium term while new players start their operations.