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Bat·ten

(bat'ĕn),
Frederick E., British ophthalmologist, 1865-1918. See: Batten-Mayou disease, Batten disease.
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Steven Gray's lab support the clinical translation for patients with infantile Batten disease, and provide valuable insight for potentially improving efficacy using a combination of delivery routes for CNS and whole-body benefit to remove the underlying pathology associated with the disease.
London MEP Mr Batten, who took over at the head of the crisishit party after Henry Bolton was ousted on Saturday, said Islam "glorifies death".
In a speech from the 2011 dinner posted on YouTube, Mr Batten said he was "honoured" to be invited.
Steven Grays lab support the clinical translation for patients with infantile Batten disease, and provide valuable insight for potentially improving efficacy using a combination of delivery routes for CNS and whole-body benefit to remove the underlying pathology associated with the disease.
An eye examination can be used to diagnose  Batten disease.
Her parents Gail, 39, and Matthew, 29, were then dealt another cruel blow when they learned Jessica was also a Batten carrier.
Pharox Atlas Industrial Batten adds on to the LED product range for industrial segment.
The Redcar potter opened up a 2-0 lead, a gap he kept up to frame seven before Batten fought back to win the title in a deciding frame, winning 7-6.
Batten (1912-1989) was a successful industrialist who started hunting at an early age.
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An inquest in Ruthin yesterday heard how Mr Batten, who was born in Wrexham but had lived most of his life in Northwich, had been travelling along the road on a clear, sunny day in September last year.
With the support of sexual abuse charity One in Four, Rachel reported Batten to the police.