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modifier

 [mod´ĭ-fi-er]
1. an agent or method that causes something else to change.
biologic response modifier (BRM) (biological response modifier) a method or agent, such as a cytokine, monoclonal antibody, or vaccine, that alters host-tumor interaction. This is usually accomplished by amplifying the antitumor mechanisms of the immune system, but it also may be effected by mechanisms that affect host or tumor cell characteristics, either directly or indirectly. Called also biomodulator.
problem modifier on level three of the problem classification scheme of the omaha system, either of the two sets of terms used in conjunction with client problems, allowing the nurse to identify ownership of the problem and its degree of severity in relation to client interest, risk factors, and signs or symptoms.

BRM

Abbreviation for:
biological reference material
biological research module (Aerospace)
biological response modifier, see there
brain metastases
breast milk
Bruch’s membrane

BRM

Biological response modifier, see there.
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El area basal tiene baja correlacion con el habitat luminico debido principalmente a la influencia de los grandes arboles del BRM que comparten el mismo habitat de arboles de menores dimensiones de los bosques secundarios.
BRM will also seek a corporate partner to help fund development of the vaccine, Mr.
To work with the highest amount of RNA possible, we chose to analyze the whole micturition, which precluded stabilization of RNA by a reagent similar to that used for BRM. Therefore, we rigorously respected a delay of <2 h between sampling and treatment of the urine.
La figura 2 presenta un ensayo de filtracion batch para la determinacion de [alfa], utilizando lodo de inoculo del BRM. Se obtuvo un valor para [alfa] de 7x[10.sup.11] m/kg, superior al rango 7,1x[10.sup.8] - 1,6x[10.sup.10] m/kg reportado por [11], pero en el rango de otros resultados reportados en literatura para este tipo de reactores [12, 13].
BRM sent out an early warning to the rest of the field as action got underway in the event.
In the name of continuous improvement, the Caterpillar team also has expanded its reach by applying its BRM framework to the realm of asset integration.
For more information on BRM, call (323) 261-2193, e-mail: info@ brushresearch.com or visit www.brushresearch.com.
Table 1 Multiple Regression Analyses Predicting BRM Performance from SAS Variables Variable [R.sup.2] B St.
BOLC BRM periods mirror BCT periods with the exception of the number of iterations for Period Nine (Practice Record Fire) and Period Ten (Record Fire).
17.5 crore fund-based bank limits of Brahmaputra Rolling Mills (BRM)+.
Within the context of identity testing, a botanical reference material (BRM) is a substance whose botanical identity and genuineness has been established, beyond doubt, to the genus, species and, if necessary, varietal level.
Also present was a BRM P261, which was driven by Graham Hill at Aintree's final Formula One race in 1964, when he finished second.