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RESPIRATION, Med. jur. Breathing, which consists of the drawing into, inhaling, or more technically, inspiring, atmospheric air into the lungs, and then: forcing out, expelling, or technically expiring, from the lungs the air therein. Chit. Med. Jur. 92 and 416, note n.

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Ablynx NV (EBR: ABLX) has successfully completed patient recruitment in its Phase IIb RESPIRE dose-ranging efficacy study of its novel inhaled drug candidate ALX-0171 to treat respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections, the company disclosed on Monday.
Cette action, qui s'ajoute ainsi aux precedentes operations qualitatives que mene sans relache l'ANP, digne heritiere de l'ALN, pour que l'Algerie respire la paix et vive dans la securite, rappelle egalement les efforts deployes pour assurer la securite et la stabilite du pays face a des menaces pesantes tout le long de ses 6.511 km de frontieres terrestres.
Anaite Diaz, coordinator of the RESPIRE trial, was listed in the acknowledgments of the paper, but due to her significant contributions to the work, she should have been listed as the sixth author.
Most examples of bacteria able to do so cannot breathe oxygen but often respire compounds based on metals-typically forms of solid iron.
Whole You, Inc., a Mitsui Chemicals company has acquired an oral appliance company Respire Medical, marking the third acquisition since the company's launch in November 2014.
healthcare solutions subsidiary has acquired US-based oral appliance company Respire Medical, the company said on Wednesday.
CH4 in flooded conditions is produced by microorganisms that respire CO2 just like human beings respire O2.
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Perfect for cyclists, the Paris Respire scheme also closes off parts of the city, such as roads by the river Seine, the Marais and Montmatre, every Sunday and over bank holidays between 9am and 5pm.