A gene on chromosome 5q31 that encodes a CXC-type chemokine that is a potent chemoattractant for neutrophils, and weaker one for dendritic cells. It is not chemotactic for T cells, B cells, monocytes, natural killer cells or granulocytes.
All the artifacts unearthed from the graves [in Khorasan North] have the same characteristics identified with the BMAC in Central Asia," Vahdati said, indicating the civilization prevailed farther south than previously known.
Although partly plundered in Antiquity, the wealth and beauty of the situations and materials found places the BMAC on the same cultural level as any of the other great civilizations known from the Bronze Age worldwide (Egypt, Greece, Mesopotamia, the Indus, China).
8221; Bolles continues, “We've created an opportunity for millions of patients not currently benefiting from BMAC to have their surgical procedures or sports medicine injuries treated with concentrated growth factors and adult cells.
Sachant que les utilisateurs de cette Encyclopedie ne seront pas tous anglophones, il est difficile de retrouver des civilisations sous les acronymes anglais: la culture de Bactriane du Bronze est d'abord appelee [less than][less than]Bactrian-Margiana Archaeological Complex[greater than][greater than] (contre le plus simple [less than][less than]culture de Bactriane[greater than][greater than], ou Bronze Age Bactrian Culture), puis classee a I'acronyme BMAC (pp.
Carlos Pereira, Site Head, Novartis Singapore Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Pte Ltd and Co-Chairman of the BMAC said, The JTC Biomed One @ TBP materializes the partnership between BMAC companies and JTC.