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Study identifies another strategy for normalizing tumor blood supply

... a different mechanism, with the blockade of nonvascular NO production may produce even greater ... the enzyme that controls NO production in nonvascular tissue. When the modified tumor cells were ... may not last long, says Fukumura. Blocking nonvascular NO production and maintaining NO levels around ...

Retrospective Analysis Finds Treatment of Cancer Chemotherapy Patients With Epoetin Alfa Associated With Lower Drug Cost Than Darbepoetin Alfa

... being treated with zidovudine for HIV infection, and to reduce the need for transfusion in anemic patients who are scheduled for elective noncardiac, nonvascular surgery. Depending on the country in which Epoetin alfa is marketed, these indications may differ. Important Safety Information ...

Doctors See How Cancer Drug Can Damage Kidneys

... finding is that VEGF is involved in more than blood vessel growth, D'Amore said. "It has become evident that it has trophic [growth] effects on many nonvascular cells," she said. "This is something that none of us expected to see." The potential side effects should be taken into account as use widens of ...

Incidental findings found when radiologists take a 'broader' look at renal MRA

... at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN suggests. The study found that 98% of patients who underwent renal MRA had one or more additional vascular or nonvascular findings. The study included 380 patients who underwent an MRA exam. According to the study, 151 (40%) of these patients had one or more ...

Aspirin For Treating Blocked Brain Arteries

... warfarin treatment had an increased number of adverse events like myocardial infarction or sudden death, death from vascular causes, and death from nonvascular causes. When treated with aspirin the rate of incidence of all these events were lower than warfarin treatment. The study called ...
Nonvascular in Medical Technology

Observational Study Finds Changes in Medicare Reimbursement for Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents Associated With Increased Need for Blood Transfusion

... being treated with zidovudine for HIV infection, and to reduce the need for transfusion in anemic patients who are scheduled for elective noncardiac, nonvascular surgery. Depending on the country in which Epoetin alfa is marketed, these indications may differ. Important Safety Information ...

New Data Highlighting Possible Impact of ESA Reimbursement Policies on Patient Care, Nation's Blood Supply, to be Presented at American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting

... being treated with zidovudine for HIV infection, and to reduce the need for transfusion in anemic patients who are scheduled for elective noncardiac, nonvascular surgery. Depending on the country in which Epoetin alfa is marketed, these indications may differ. Important U.S. Safety Information for PROCRIT ...
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DOE JGI Community Sequencing Program delivers first moss genome

... than 40 institutions to complete the first genome sequencing project of a nonvascular land plant, the moss Physcomitrella patens. The team's insights into the ... the human genome), is the first bryophyte to be sequenced. Bryophytes are nonvascular land plants that lack specialized tissues (phloem or xylem) for ...

At risk for peripheral arterial disease? Simple quiz provides key so you can circulate better

... radiologists recognized that the disease is a major public health problem with a growing incidence, yet awareness among the general public and nonvascular health care providers is low. To take the free PAD risk assessment quiz to review the results with one's own doctoror to request a screening ...

Moss genome shows how plants invaded the land and learned to survive heat and drought

... nucleotides and possesses nearly 36,000 genes, which is about 50 percent more than are thought to be in the human genome. Physcomitrella is the first nonvascular land plant to be sequenced. Vascular plants lack specialized tissues (phloem or xylem) for circulating fluids, instead possessing specialized tissues ...

The conservation lens

... guide training, and tours, boosting the local economy. According to the researchers, the contrasting biodiversity trends between vascular and nonvascular plants point to the limitations arising from relying on a restricted set of indicator species to define conservation priorities. They also point out ...
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Centocor Ortho Biotech Data to be Presented at American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting

... being treated with zidovudine for HIV infection, and to reduce the need for transfusion in anemic patients who are scheduled for elective noncardiac, nonvascular surgery. Depending on the country in which Epoetin alfa is marketed, these indications may differ. Important Safety Information ...
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Nonvascular plants

... (Redirected from nonvascular plant ) Jump to: navigation, search ... gametophyte, but nonvascular plants include the only plants that have a dominant ... Living groups of nonvascular plants include the bryophytes: liverworts, ... ...

Liverworts

... Engel ... David Glenny, New Zealand's liverworts , no longer a forgotten group, Te Taiao, ... liverwort ( ) n. Any of numerous small, green, nonvascular plants of the class Hepaticae within the division Bryophyta ... for common liverwort ? Read ... NatureWorks ... Mosses, hornworts, and ...

Epidermis

... and conditions, cosmetic surgery, ... The epidermis is mostly made up of flat, scale-like cells ... epidermis n. The outer, protective, nonvascular layer of the skin of vertebrates, covering the dermis ... apertures in the epidermis which are surrounded by ... Epidermis (botany) ...

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