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Tumor grade and invasiveness were defined based on magnetic resonance images (MRI 1.
Therefore, it is important to identify a biomarker for the invasiveness of ocular venous malformation.
Fusion length, operative approach, revision status, and performance of osteotomy were used to generate a Surgical Invasiveness Index for use when sampling AHRQ generated datasets.
For woody ornamental species, for example, being invasive elsewhere was the single best predictor of potential invasiveness in a new region of introduction (Reichard and Hamilton 1997).
Both cells show the invasiveness to the kidney tissue in the immunecompromizing node mice
Oncomatrix has associated genes and proteins in the peritumoral stroma to tumor invasiveness.
Participants were asked to indicate if they had experienced sexual abuse as defined above during childhood or adolescence and if they had, they were to indicate which type(s) of sexual activity they had suffer by selecting from a list of experiences grouped according to invasiveness.
In letters to EPA, USDA and the departments of Defense, Energy and Transportation, the scientists note that California, Colorado, Nevada and Texas have put giant reed, a native plant of India, on noxious weed lists, and Alabama, New Mexico and South Carolina either list it as invasive or at high risk for invasiveness.
The news is the email component, which feels like a new type and degree of invasiveness.
5 to over 2, genetic instability, and the high level of membrane-bound and secreted proteins responsible for invasiveness and loss of contact inhibition.
Late last year, President Obama signed the Calm Act, a law capping commercial volume to prevent such invasiveness in ad sound.