Kulchitsky

Kul·chit·sky

(kūl-shit'skē),
Nicholas, Russian histologist, 1856-1925. See: Kulchitsky cells.
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d) Adapted from Frazier 1983 and Larson and Kulchitsky 1999.
Mr Rurchynov stated that General Volodymyr Kulchitsky was among the dead.
Acquiring Spirit's half of the joint venture is a move aligned with our assets consolidation initiative that will strengthen Progresstech's global footprint and positioning as a leading engineering service provider within the aerospace industry," said Vladimir Kulchitsky, Progresstech president.
The stream of research that investigates the effect of the number of suppliers on supplier performance makes a compelling argument in favor of single sourcing when it comes to fostering quality, noting that the deep involvement required for reaching a high standard of quality is easier to achieve with fewer suppliers (Treleven and Schweikhart 1988; Larson and Kulchitsky 1998).
Financed by Professor Vladimir Kulchitsky and his business partner Penny Brown (the originator of the B+B concept) the move serves as part of the company's expansion plans to open properties in key tourism locations throughout the UK.
9) Contrary to the early theory of derivation from Kulchitsky cells, it is now believed that SCC of the bladder originates from the totipotent stem cells present in the submucosa of the bladder wall.
The normal neuroendocrine (NE) cells in the lung (known as Kulchitsky cells) are present as rare single cells or small cell clusters of 4 to 10 cells (known as neuroepithelial bodies) within bronchial and bronchiolar epithelium.
Kulchitsky (2008) categorized students into one of two groups; risk-sensitive, and cost-sensitive.
NE carcinomas in lungs, called pulmonary neuroendocrine carcinomas (PNECs), are derived from the Kulchitsky cells (9) and are clinically present with a wide range of pathologic entities.
We are excited about the prospects that this venture opens up for our company," said Progresstech Chairman of the Board Vladimir Kulchitsky.
1) Derived from Kulchitsky cells, these tumors can arise anywhere along the gastrointestinal tract or bronchial mucosa.
EDI is sometimes mistaken for other communication methods, such as electronic mail, general access to the Internet (Larson & Kulchitsky, 2000) or derivatives such as "Rip-and-Read" (Lauer, 2000).