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cell

(Enemy combatants), noun enemy group, exxremist group, rebel organization, saboteurs, subversives, unnerground extremists
Associated concepts: enemy combatants, justice courts, miliiary tribunals, Patriotic Act, prison cells, sleeper cell, terrorist cell

cell

(jail), noun cage, cella, chamber, compartment, confined room, confinement, cubicle, cubiculum, enclosed cage, incarceration, jailhouse, penitentiary, pound, prison, prison house, small cavity, small room, solitary abode
See also: chamber, jail, penitentiary, prison

CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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A comparison of lumbar puncture results with white blood cell counts among 5,353 infants found that white blood cell counts were no better than chance in determining whether infants had acute bacterial meningitis (Ann.
Research on a 270-cow commercial dairy herd showed that supplementing cows with an organic selenium supplement led to significantly lower milk somatic cell counts over the first eight weeks of lactation.
Continuing suboptimal treatment may maintain CD4 T cell counts but also allow the emergence of additional drug-resistance mutations, further limiting treatment options.
Bromelain reduced cell counts by 100,000 on average during each trial, Paape says.
The investigators therefore believe that their findings should be taken into account when therapy at higher CD4 cell counts is being considered.
016 gravity Protein <3 g/dL >3 g/dL LDH <200 IU >200 IU Nucleated <1000/ [micro]L >1000/ [micro]L cell count
A wide variation in somatic cell counts within individual dairy herds has focused attention on the vital role of cell counts for each cow in the herd and the danger of relying on bulk tank tests for controlling cell counts.
The decrease in CD4 T cell count prior to re-initiation of treatment may have been sufficient to put the patients at risk for clinical progression, regardless of the subsequent response.
Logistic regression analyses that corrected for risk factors such as CD4+ cell count, age, race or ethnicity, and use of tobacco, alcohol or illicit drugs revealed that the risks of premature or very premature delivery and low or very low birth weight for women who had used any combined drug regimen were similar to those for women who had used monotherapy.
BARCELONA, SPAIN--Experts agree that CD4 cell count is generally the best way to judge when an asymptomatic patient infected with HIV needs to start antiviral treatment.