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"Bringing Activate into UMG will greatly expand the services and expertise of UMG in the esports event management side of the industry," commented Dave Antony, CEO of UMG.
Activate Healthcare is an onsite/near-site healthcare provider that offers partner organisations the ability to create customised clinic solutions that activate individuals and their families to take charge of their health and help organizations control their healthcare costs.
Things are moving forward online in the GCC very fast and Activate is looking to be part of that, I really hope people like what I have designed.
boxer Wayne Elcock joins David Donovan to launch Activate. Photosales No.: DM151106WAYNE-01
HIV-I gp120 and chemokines activate ion channels in primary macrophages through CCR5 and CXCR4 stimulation.
ESFR sprinklers must activate much sooner than standard sprinklers for the system to work.
In pancreatic [beta]-cells, low concentrations of BPA activate the transcription factor CREB via a calcium-dependent mechanism that is activated by an ncmER (Quesada et al.
According to Zhihua Zou of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, neuroimaging studies of people recalling odor; taste, visual, and auditory imagery reveal that these processes" activate brain areas that are largely overlapping with, "but not identical to," those activated by actual sensory stimuli.
In this study, we hypothesized that PM may activate the angiotensin type 1 receptor (A[T.sub.1]R), a G protein-coupled receptor that regulates inflammation and vascular function.
The fact that diphenhydramine, a histamine antagonist, reduced airway symptoms indicates that brevetoxins activate histamine-producing cells, such as mast cells and basophils.
In the present study, we used this model to examine the ability of BPA--in comparison with known strong estrogens DES and 17[beta]-estradiol dipropionate (EP)--to activate endogenous ERs present in mouse embryos (Lemmen et al.
The transcription factor aryl hydrocarbon receptor (Ahr) can activate a multitude of genes that regulate the growth and division of ceils, including processes leading to cancer.