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Oct 20, 2014 ... PALKON v. HOLMES et al, No. 2:2014cv01234 - Document 49 (D.N.J. 2014)
case opinion from the District of New Jersey U.S. Federal District ...
Oct 20, 2014 ... Parties, docket activity and news coverage of federal case PALKON v. HOLMES
et al, case number 2:14-cv-01234, from New Jersey Court.
Moran C, Azziz R, Weintrob N, Witchel SF, Rohmer V, Dewailly D, et al.
Reproductive ... Holmes-Walker DJ, Conway GS, Honour JW, Rumsby G, Jacobs
Endothelium-derived vasoconstrictive substances include endothelin (ET)-1 and
.... Lesions in stages V and particularly VI (Types V and VI) can be quite
obstructive. ..... Pober JS, Collins T, Gimbrone MA, Jr, Cotran RS, Gitlin JD, Fiers
W, et al. .... Lerman A, Holmes DR, Jr, Bell MR, Garratt KN, Nishimura RA, Burnett
We thank Dr D. Holmes Morton for his clinical management and advice regarding
.... Auchus RJ, Witchel SF, Leight KR, et al. ... Gajria K, Lu M, Sikirica V, et al.
Sep 1, 2016 ... For ease of interpretation, a V-plot was generated using the ..... Further, Mihalik et
al. linked lower amino acid levels with type-II .... A. E. Taylor and S. F. Witchel, E.
Task Force on the Phenotype of the .... O. Cloarec, M. E. Dumas, J. Trygg, A.
Craig, R. H. Barton, J. C. Lindon, J. K. Nicholson and E. Holmes, ...
1995), as well as gain of function (Lees-Miller et al. 2000) .... For HERG alone, as
well as HERG + WT or mutant MiRP1 subunits, the V1/2 of activation was less ...
10024 Applied Biological Sciences: Bourassa et al. (Table 1). ... Thus, the
percent lesion area was significantly reduced (P < 0.01) in sham versus .....
Paigen, B., Holmes, P. A., Mitchell, D. & Albee, D. (1987) Atherosclerosis. 64, 215
-221. 44. Qiao ... 36, 245-276. 49. Grainger, D. J., Witchell, C. M. & Metcalfe, J. C.
Jun 10, 2005 ... The lower phase was collected and washed twice with 1:1 (v/v) methanol:1 n HCl
. Aliquots .... In agreement with our present results, Butler et al.