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Owing to the presence of huge reserves of Natural Gas in the country, the expansion of CGD network in India is among the government's top-most priorities.
Several CGD patients with Bacille-Calmette-Guerin (BCG) disease and tuberculosis (TB) have been described in regions endemic for TB.
The Narendra Modi government's target of providing piped gas to 10 million households in four years will give added impetus to CGD networks," he adds.
country's still weak operating environment - at end-September 2013, CGD
The average ash content of the cotton gin dust (CGD) was 87%, and only 13% of the CGD was volatile.
Most clinical cases of CGD present in childhood and early diagnosis is crucial as it may require patients to be placed on antibiotic prophylaxis in an attempt to protect against infections before they occur.
I'm now looking to more of our partners in the Midlands to take advantage of the CGD.
Therefore, altered expression or induction of Fas/FasL could be expected in CGD patients.
1) In the past, mortality from CGD was exceptionally high, but antibiotic and antifungal prophylaxis and therapy, and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation has improved outcomes significantly and reduced mortality to 5%.
Because production of these molecules, made by an enzyme called NADPH oxidase, can be predicted from genetic analysis, a patient's risk for severe CGD could be assessed very early in life, allowing for more personalized treatment, say the researchers.
Granulibacter bethesdensis is an emerging pathogen in patients with CGD that causes fever and necrotizing lymphadenitis.
Birdsall, the former Vice President of the Inter-American Development Bank and the former Director of the Policy Research Department at the World Bank, became the first President of CGD.
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