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A small study published earlier this year in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that 92 per cent of patients with advanced colon and rectal cancers who had mismatch repair defects responded to Merck & Co's immunotherapy drug Keytruda.
The ongoing demographic transition in Pakistan may also cause the job mismatch phenomenon as the labour force grows faster than the employment rate.
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To examine the effects of alcohol use and bipolar disorder on mismatch negativity, EEG with auditory stimuli investigators performed on 42 bipolar disorder patients and 34 control subjects aged 16-30 years, reported Kate M.
To determine the effect of mismatches on qPCR amplification, we introduced specific nucleotide changes into both the template and forward primers [see RDML file 1 (for results) and Table 3 (for mismatch frequencies) in the online Data Supplement].
In the existing literature, currency mismatch in a banking sector is usually measured as the net foreign currency liabilities (i.
A sizeable number, or almost 20% of patients, were affected by a mismatch between breast and detector size, said Dr.
As a result of the inherent forces of a free banking system, banks mismatch as much as their customers want.
The employer should inform employees in order to give them as much time as possible to resolve the matter and inform the employee that the employee has 90 days from the date the employer received the No Match letter to resolve the matter with SSA (explaining that resolution of the mismatch could take time).
The IRS has vowed to accept two of the most common reject code errors, ERC 504, Dependent SSN Mismatch, and ERC 501, Earned Income Credit ID Information Mismatch.
Color and gloss values are displayed together, making it easy to clearly determine the cause of a mismatch.