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The major functions of plasminogen (Plg) in fibrinolysis and cell migration depend on its binding to carboxy-terminal lysyl residues. The ability of plasma carboxypeptidase B (pCPB) to remove these residues suggests that it may act as a suppressor of these Plg functions. To evaluate this role of pCPB in vivo, homozygote pCPB-deficient mice were generated by… (More)
Health care utilization information is an essential resource for the benefits manager. To be meaningful, the data must be easily accessible and available on a timely basis.
OBJECTIVES GRID technology, with initiatives like the GGF, will have the potential to allow both competition and interoperability not only among applications and toolkits, but also among implementations of key services. The pyramid of eHealth interoperability should be achieved from standards in communication and data security, storage and processing, to… (More)