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Results: Human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) stimulated by MRSA the levels of [CD4.sup.+][CD25.sup.+] regulatory T cells, CD69 expressions in the activated T lymphocytes, [CD3.sup.- ][CD16.sup.+][CD56.sup.+] NK cells and the levels of MIP-1[alpha], MIP-1[beta], MCP-1 chemokines increased as compared to the cells not stimulated by MRSA.
The team showed that although high-dose exposures of EGCG inhibited cell growth, low doses stimulated cell proliferation.
RAW264.7 cells were cultured in 0.01% FBS/DMEM for 30 min and sequentially stimulated with Pb (10 [micro]M), LPS (1 ng/mL), Pb (10 [micro]M) plus LPS (Pb+LPS) (1 ng/mL), or saline (control).
Whether a patient with a very low stimulated thyroglobulin level should be treated again with radioactive iodine (RAI) "is probably one of
Rationale for RAI Changes Over Time One rationale for using a therapeutic level of RAI when stimulated Tg levels remain high despite a negative diagnostic whole body scan was to localize the disease, not necessarily to treat it, Dr.
Thornton, The Developmental Benefits Of Playgrounds studies how growth and development can be stimulated in a child's play environment, with special emphasis on useful applications of behavioral and scientific findings.
The negative impact on productivity stimulated companies to invest in EAP development as a means to enhance workers' productivity and collective productivity of the entire business organization.
This quest, rather than realism for its own sake, stimulated fifteenth-century Netherlandish art.
The eagerness of the invitees to participate in the roundtable and the fact that one question (we had several prepared) stimulated discussion for an hour and a half indicate how controversial this issue is.
"This study clearly shows that COPAXONE(R) stimulated T-cells produce the neurotrophic factor BDNF.
Subsequently, we initiated stimulated passive hospital-based and enhanced passive surveillance for anthrax-compatible syndromes.
The reason for the gridlock: The Republicans claim the economy is best stimulated by tax incentives to businesses (which ideally would lead to fewer layoffs), while Democrats, led by Senate Majority Leader Thomas Daschle (D-S.D.), contend that putting money in the pockets of the consumer and providing assistance to the unemployed would provide the needed stimulus.