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6,7] In the Sanguis study, [3] a number of patients also received albumin, artificial colloids, plasma and platelets.
Antidiabetic effect of total flavonoids from Sanguis draxonis in type 2 diabetic rats.
T est ultima littera Hebraici alphabeti, exprimens formam crucis, qualis erat antequam Domino crucifixo Pilatus titulum superponeret: quam et sanguis agni positus super utrumque postem, et in superliminaribus domorum mirifice designabat.
87v, lines 9-16: 'O sanguis regius, sanguis egregius, sanguis generosus, sanguis etiam preciosus, cur tam contemptibiliter effusus?
94%), while Streptococcus sanguis was more resistant and showed the highest reduction on zirconia substrates.
al respecto, el libro IV de las Etimologias de Isidoro de Sevilla, que en el capitulo 5, tras explicar la etimologia de los terminos sanguis, cholera, melancholia y phlegma, afirma lo siguiente (Etym.
Palabras que carecen de plural como en latin y su correspondiente castellana: gelu, hielo; meridies, meridiano; plebs, la plebe; sanguis, sangre; tussis, tos; ver, primavera .
The two brothers Shamal and Samun were part of the Sanguis clan -- ruffians who thieved and plundered villages and robbed their inhabitants.
17) Streptococcus sanguis and Porphyromonas gingivalis have been shown to induce platelet aggregation, which leads to thrombus formation and the potential for a heart attack or stroke due to an embolus.
Recuerda como se introduce la costumbre de darles la Primera Comunion bajo la especie de vino (con el dedo y dejado caer una gota del Sanguis en la boca del neofito) para evitar la perdida de particulas y como esta tradicion se conserva aun hoy entre las Iglesias Orientales, como se encuentra en Occidente en Rituales locales hasta el siglo XIII y como termina abandonandose en el Rito romano.
The highest bacterial contamination observed was for Escherichia coli (60%) followed by Streptococcus faecalis (26%), Entrobacter cloacae (16%), Streptococcus bovis (14%), Bacillus cereus (10%), Streptococcus thermophilus (10%), Obesumbacterium proteus (8%), Streptococcus sanguis I (8%) and Streptococcus uberis (8%).