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Leukotriene B4 Receptor Antagonism Reduces Monocytic Foam Cells in Mice
Leukotriene B4 (LTB4) is a potent chemotactic agent that activates monocytes through the LTB4 receptor (BLTR). We tested the hypothesis that LTB4 receptor blockade would slow atheroscleroticExpand
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Increased Cholesterol Deposition, Expression of Scavenger Receptors, and Response to Chemotactic Factors in Abca1-Deficient Macrophages
Objective—Studies in bone marrow transplanted from ATP-binding cassette transporter A1 (ABCA1)–deficient mice into normal mice provides direct evidence that the absence of leukocyte ABCA1 exerts aExpand
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A role for class 3 semaphorins in prostate cancer
Class 3 semaphorins are secreted proteins that act as guidance cues for migrating cells via their transmembrane receptors plexins and neuropilins. Semaphorins have a role in cancer affecting tumorExpand
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Carolingian Orthodoxy and the Fate of the Libri Carolini
En 790, Charlemagne et ses theologiens recoivent une traduction latine des actes du concile de Nicee II (787), dont les theses en faveur du culte des images choquent profondement les Francs. UneExpand
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Interdisciplinary Psychology and Law Training in Family and Child Mediation: An Empirical Study of the Effects on Law Student Mediators.
There is growing interest in interdisciplinary training programs for law students. The goal of these programs is to prepare law students for the real world interdisciplinary settings they will faceExpand
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Vincristine, prednisone and L‐asparaginase in the induction of remission in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia following relapse
Two hundred and twenty‐seven children with recurrent acute lymphoblastic leukemia were treated with various combinations of vincristine, prednisone, cyclophosphamide and L‐asparaginase in an approachExpand
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Theodulf of Orléans: Charlemagne's Spokesman against the Second Council of Nicaea
Contents: Preface Preliminary note to study I Opus Caroli Regis contra synodum: an introduction Theodulf of Orleans and the Libri Carolini Carolingian orthodoxy and the fate of the Libri CaroliniExpand
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