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These data suggest, in agreement with our rodent and primate immunogenicity data, that the Alum MPL adjuvanted gD2 vaccine induces both an antibody and an effector cell mediated immune response in man.
CHICAGO -- The SIGGRAPH 2006 Art Gallery: Intersections is hosting a series of electronically mediated dance, theater, music, magic, and hybrid performances at SIGGRAPH 2006, the 33rd International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques held 30 July to 3 August 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Enhanced allergic sensitization by residual oil fly ash particles is mediated by soluble metal constituents.
Studies have shown that once inside the nuclei of APCs, the DNA elutes off the gold and becomes transcriptionally active, producing the encoded protein that, when presented by the APCs to lymphocytes, triggers strong T-cell mediated immune responses.
The disease is triggered by an immune mediated inflammatory response that can cause extensive intestinal damage.
In addition, Roose mediated contract bargaining with transit districts, community colleges, county medical centers and county courts.
Suppression of hepatocyte apoptosis (programmed cell death) by peroxisome proliferators is also mediated by PPAR[Alpha] (29).
Transthyretin (TTR)-mediated amyloidosis is a genetically mediated fatal disease caused by mutations in the TTR gene.
Reproductive effects of ethylene glycol mono-methyl ether may be mediated by its primary metabolite, methoxyacetic acid (MAA), a short-chain fatty acid that inhibits histone deacetylase activity and alters gene expression.
Talks between Syria and Israel were previously mediated by Turkey.
Handbook of research on computer mediated communication; 2v.
Maniv Energy Capital (Hasbrouck, NJ) has patented a method of modulating an Edg-3 receptor mediated biological activity in a cell.