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1-800-GOT-MOLD? to Exhibit at NY/NJ Franchise Expo April 18-19

...er five years of field testing by founder Jason A. earle under his original company, Lab Results LLC, 1-800...cause, sadly, they're the ones people don't want," earle said. The company mascot, Oreo, who has appe...of the 21st Century, and it doesn't discriminate." earle said. "It affects the health, wealth and property ...

African Journey of a Lifetime With Alicia Keys! - Documentary Follows Keep a Child Alive's Outreach to Communities Affected With HIV/AIDS

...lows anyone to make an immediate $5 donation to KCA simply by text messaging "Alive" to 90999. Alicia in Africa, directed by South African filmmaker earle Sebastian, shows us an Africa rarely seen. Travelling through Africa's beautiful landscapes we meet inspiring children, families and communities in So...

Hofstra University to Establish New School of Medicine, Partnering with the North Shore-LIJ Health System

...rt school of medicine on the University's 240 acre campus in Hempstead. The 11 acre parcel, located in the northeast section of the campus, bounded by earle Ovington Boulevard and Charles Lindbergh Boulevard, would be the site of both a new academic facility and residential housing for medical students. De...

Blue Cross and Partners to Host Combat Stress Conference for Minnesota's Health Care Professionals

... nurses, psychiatrists and other health care professionals that care for the troops have been invited to attend the conference on Oct. 17, 2007 at the earle Brown Heritage Center from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is intended to help providers identify deployment-related symptoms such as combat stress, anxiety, d...
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...kers, Semen ... Our Family: Gasoline Magazine | Shanghai Cowgirl | Bovine Club. Website contents © Bovine Club 2009 | Website designed by Noah earle ... Bovine White Paper. Y Chromosome Proposal. Conditions for use ... Bovine BAC fingerprint map at University of British Columbia. USDA MARC ...
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Queen's scientists find new way to battle MRSA

...ms, which protect them from antiseptics, disinfectants, and antibiotics. earle said: "We have shown that when pitted against the ionic liquids we develope...ed ions (the cations), and/or the negatively-charged ions (the anions). earle said: "Our goal is to design ionic liquids with the lowest possible toxicit...

Adiponectin is a metabolic link between obesity and bone mineral density

...ineral density and increased risk of fractures. However, the mechanism for this relationship is unclear. The research team, Dr. Michael C. Archer, earle W. McHenry Professor and Chair, Dr. Wendy E. Ward, Associate Professor, Dr. Kafi Ealey, Postdoctoral Fellow and predoctoral student Jovana Kaludjerovi...

President honors mentors of scientists and engineers

...arch projects; and introducing them to key professionals in the field of food microbiology and food safety at professional meetings. Jonathan F. K. earle is associate dean for student affairs and associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering at the University of Florida. He has particip...

Insects develop resistance to engineered crops

...roccoli plants: two types of plants each expressed a different Bt toxin, and a third -- known as a pyramided plant -- expressed both toxins. Elizabeth earle and Jun Cao, co-authors of the PNAS paper and members of the Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics at Cornell created the plants. For their stu...
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Micromet Adds Sir Walter Bodmer and Bernard Fox to Its Advisory Panel for BiTE Antibody Therapeutics

... the Biological Therapy of Cancer, and Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular and Tumor Immunology at the Robert W. Franz Cancer Research Center, in the earle A. Chiles Research Institute of Providence Cancer Center, Portland, Oregon. He holds a Ph.D. degree from Wayne State University , Detroit, and did po...

YM BIOSCIENCES RECEIVES CLEARANCE TO INITIATE RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND CLINICAL TRIALS OF NIMOTUZUMAB IN LUNG CANCER AND BRAIN METASTASES FROM LUNG CANCER

...rs or older presenting with stage IV NSCLC between 1991 and 1996, 58% received palliative radiotherapy treatment. (Hayman JA, Abrahamse PH, Lakhani I, earle CC, Katz SJ. Use of palliative radiotherapy among patients with metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 2007;69:1001-7). A...
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