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PATHOLOGY, med. jur. The science or doctrine of diseases. In cases of homicides, abortions, and the like, it is of great consequence to the legal practitioner to be acquainted, in some degree, with pathology. 2 Chit. Pr. 42, note.

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"My masters in aquatic pathobiology has been really useful in my job especially the focus on areas like fish health as this is a key part of my day to day work.
Amber received $5,000 to continue his research on the expression of VCAM-1 on HET1A keratinocytes and their role in the pathobiology of eosinophil mediated cutaneous diseases and eosinophilic esophagi tis.
The symposium and workshop are co-hosted by USDA-AWIC, OLAW, The Centers for Disease Control, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, CAAT, and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology.
Thus, there is an urgent need for new and deeper insights into the pathobiology of these diverse intracellular invaders' mechanisms for virulence including their strategies to evade or subvert host immune defenses.
These evidences suggest that epigenetics may have a significant role in the pathobiology of DKD [6].
[1] Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; [2] Laboratory Medicine Program, University Health Network, Toronto, Canada.
* Corresponding Author: Seyyed Saeed Eshraghi, PhD, Department of Microbiology, Pathobiology, School of Public Health, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
Hopper teaches in the Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine and is an MSU Extension Service veterinarian.
KENNETH E NUSBAUM, DEPT OF PATHOBIOLOGY, COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AUBURN, AL 36849.
The 12 studies explore the chemistry, pathobiology, visual sciences, and medical and public health import of the macular carotenoids.
Commenting on the findings, Fight for Sight's director of research, Dolores Conroy, said: "Despite the visual and social impact of keratoconus, the underlying biochemical processes and pathobiology remain poorly understood.