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(an-is'ik),
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Abbreviations: TCM, traditional Chinese medicine; COX, cyclooxygenase; [PGE.sub.2], prostaglandin E2; ERK, extracellular signal-regulated kinase; NSAIDs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; CVDs, cardiovascular diseases; ELISA, enzyme linked immunosorbent assay; NSCLC, non-small cell lung cancer; SAR, structure and activity relationship; SA, salicylic acid; AA, anisic acid; PCA, protocatechuic acid; VA, vanillic acid; GA, gallic acid; SyrA, syringic acid; CA, cinnamic acid; CFA, caffeic acid; FA, ferulic acid; 1FA, isoferulic acid; DSS, Danshensu; RA, rosmarinic acid; Sal B, salvianolic acid B; AA, arachidonic acid; PBS, phosphate-buffered saline; DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide; FBS, fetal bovine serum.
Every one of these manufacturing systems can be found adequate for one manufacturing paradigm or the other, more suitable for one then the other (Anisic & Krsmanovic, 2008).
Introduction of IT systems for successful data management--PDM or PLM (Anisic, Veza, Suzic, Sremcev, & Orcik, 2013)
Manufacturing industry has shifted from make-to-order, to build-to order, to engineering-to-order, to configure-to-order, to design-to-order, and in near future to innovate-to order (Gecevska, Anisic, & Chiabert, 2011).
Gecevska, Valentina, Anisic, Zoran, & Chiabert, Paolo.
Common rue foliage contains a number of chemicals, such as fenilpropanoids (anethol glycol), benzenoids (anisic acid), quinoline and acridone alkaloids, terpenoids (bergamoten derivatives) and coumarins (bergapten) (Torres 1950, Vasudevan and Lukner 1968, Kong et al.
They include organic acids (acetic, benzoic, cinnamic and phenylacetic); alcohols (benzyl alcohol, borneol, cinnamyl alcohol, citronellol, geraniol, linalool, menthol, phenylethyl alcohol and terpineol); aldehydes (anisic aldehyde, cinnamic aldehyde, benzaldehyde, citral, piperonal or heliotropin, salicylic aldehyde and vanillin); ketones (carvones, camphor, thujone, pulegone, etc; esters such as bornyl acetate, methyl salicylate, benzyl benzoate, geranyl acetate and linalyl acetate); phenols (thymol, carvacrol and chavicol); phenol ethers (anethol, eugenol and safrol) and many other more complex compounds such as coumarin and indol.
Nemanja Sremcev (a), Ilija Cosic (a), Zoran Anisic (a), Milovan Lazarevic (a), Valentina Gechevska (b)
The constant involvement of the customer (Chong et al., 2009) includes a need to focus on human-centric concerns, such as understanding the customers' behaviour needs and requirements of different social and cultural segments (Chen et al., 2009), as well as customers' knowledge about the needed product (Fuerstner & Anisic, 2009-a; Fuerstner & Anisic, 2009-b).
Anisic, Customer Co-Creation throughout the Product Life Cycle, International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management.
Based on the experience of a previous version of the developed configurator (Fuerstner & Anisic, 2009) it has been recognized that most of the problems had arisen due to the fact that some non-professional users had found the configurator too complex to use, while some of the professional users have found that the configurator lacked the possibility of defining exact and precise input parameters.
The main aspects considering the implementation of mass customization in tourism are therefore interesting for deeper research (Anisic et al., 2008).