Bolognese

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Bolognese

a small (5-9 lb) bichon-type dog with a distinctive coat which is long and flocked without curls.
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For humans, it is well know that the amount of starch eaten is one of the main predictors of the glucose response to the meal (WOLEVER & BOLOGNESI, 1996), but unfortunately, the starch intake in experiments using dogs has not been described or controlled sufficiently to allow an understanding of its influence.
Letizia Polito *, Massimo Bortolotti, Manuela Pedrazzi, Daniele Mercatelli, Maria Giulia Battelli, Andrea Bolognesi
Bolognesi, "Xanthine oxidoreductase in cancer: more than a differentiation marker," Cancer Medicine, In press.
We highlight two recently published papers--our own study (Mather, Bolognesi et al, BMC MSK Disorders, 2013) that found that when an appropriate TKA is delayed, lifetime costs increased, and a recent study in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery that found TKA cost-savings range from $10,000 to $30,000 over a lifetime for the average patient with end-stage OA (while the savings to society total $12 billion annually).
28] Louka AS, Moodie SJ, Karell K, Bolognesi E, Ascher H, Greco L, et al.
Lyerly HK, Matthews TJ, Langlois AJ, Bolognesi DP, Weinhold KJ (1987) Human T-cell lymphotropic virus IIIB glycoprotein (gp120) bound to CD4 determinants on normal lymphocytes and expressed by infected cells serves as target for immune attack.
Comparar la representacion que se construye, desde la enunciacion periodistica, del sacrificio en el futbolista Paolo Guerrero con la que se construyo, desde la historiografia oficial, de los heroes peruanos de la Guerra del Pacifico: Miguel Grau y Francisco Bolognesi.
Lucrecia Bolognesi, Unilever Procurement Director, Logistics said: "Having built a partnership with CHEP over many years, we have been benefiting from their pooling model for some considerable time.
Bono S (1954) Bolognesi schiavi a Tripoli nel secolo XVII e XVIII.
La zona de estudio se encuentra ubicado en una de las cuencas sedimentarias del norte del Peru cortada por la falla regional Bolognesi y otras menores, que presentan gran importancia porque albergan depositos y proyectos auriferos como Alto Chicama, Comarsa y otros