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Bruns

(brūnz),
Ludwig von, German neurologist, 1858-1916. See: Bruns ataxia, Bruns nystagmus.

Brunner syndrome

A form of X-linked, non-dysmorphic, mild mental retardation (OMIM:300615), in which affected males have borderline mental retardation and abnormal behaviour, including poor impulse control. Female carriers have normal intelligence and behaviour.

Molecular pathology
Caused by defects of MAOA, which encodes a mitochondrial enzyme that catalyses the oxidative deamination of biogenic (e.g., dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonin and other neurotransmitters) and xenobiotic amines.
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In the catalogue accompanying the first major retrospective exhibition of the work of women artists active between the years 1550-1950, Ann S Harris has referred to Vigee Le Brun as the most celebrated woman painter of the second half of the eighteenth century.
The response of the world on this issue reflects the same trend of limited influence and a predisposition not to intervene," said Brun, as translated by Haaretz.
With iRep, we can close the loop in marketing to ensure content is compelling and relevant, and also react quickly to messages that are not working well," Brun said.
It s clearly under pretty significant selling pressure," said Le Brun.
Before joining ECO Business-Immobilien, Brun had held a position at Strategic Value Partners (Deutschland) Gmbh as a director of real estate investments.
Le Brun takes some inspiration from the Robert Browning poem Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came, and in The Given series of paintings a knight on horseback, a castle glimpsed through trees and heraldic imagery are all used.
Meanwhile, the Blonde variant of the Belgium beer now ranks at number two among the off-trade speciality segment behind InBev's Hoegaarden, while Leffe Brun stands at number four after Kronenbourg Blanc, according to ACNielsen [year ending 22 April 2006].
There are obvious applications since this adhesive works on wet surfaces," said bacteriologist Yves Brun, co-leader the study.
Commissioned by Louis XIV in the 1660s, the gallery's iconographic programme by Le Brun allegorises the Sun King as Apollo in a scheme that was not completed until the nineteenth century, under the architect Felix Duban.
At the same NPE, Brun Sensor Systems, also in Columbus, demonstrated an IR thickness sensor to control blown film.
When Music Resists Meaning: The Major Writings of Herbert Brun, edited by Arun Chandra.