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Taylor, "Binding of rituximab, trastuzumab, cetuximab, or mAb T101 to cancer cells promotes trogocytosis mediated by THP-1 cells and monocytes," The Journal of Immunology, vol.
We have used dominant negative strategy, siRNA mediated gene silencing and Lyn knock out mice model to firmly establish the importance of Lyn in host innate immunity.
They showed that activation of Pyk2 is [Ca.sup.++]-dependent and is mediated by CCR5 and CXCR4; binding only to CD4 is not sufficient for activation.
Modern public relations, by contrast, is heavily mediated and becoming more so every day.
In the Tax Court case which we mediated, the IRS and taxpayer filed a joint motion to mediate.
The information being "mediated" is aimed at reminding the women of their duties towards their husbands rather than informing them of their rights under Islamic law.
It is estimated that over 80% of all mediated disputes are resolved.(2)
Finally, Barbour proposes that Greene, Nashe, and Dekker were "searching for the identity, boundaries, and functions of prose at their present time; and in this pursuit they mediated some of their culture's ultimate concerns" (p.
Albuquerque had a 93-percent versus 69-percent completion rate, while Minneapolis had a 77-percent versus 55-percent completion rate for mediated and non-mediated groups respectively.(15)
[ClickPress, Thu Oct 04 2018] Loop mediated isothermal amplification is a molecular tool which is similar to the PCR.
The authors previously reported effects of polychlorinated biphenyls on dendrites that they determined were mediated by effects on the TR.
I also examined the differential mediated effects of inquiry on science achievement among female and male students.