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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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Brune pointed out that depending on the partnership, Munich Re brings "insurance expertise including product design and development, actuarial and data analysis, compliance expertise, and insurance capacity with the aim of getting their products to market efficiently."
She said Brune was arrested by police after he went to meet the 17-year-old in Loughborough.
We want to exceed beyond expectations with our gear so our customers can experience once-in-a-lifetime moments in the great outdoors," said Brune.
But fixing the entire list would be costly and time-consuming because Social Security needs proof that a person is dead to add them to the death list, said Brune, the agency official.
"Essentially, they had pulled it together--located every park and all their facilities by ward, so that the alderman could take credit every time the park district did something," Brune said.
Brune presented a secondary cardiac biomarker analysis involving the 6,273 MEDAL participants for whom baseline plasma NT-proBNP and highsen-sitivity C-reactive protein measurements were available.
Brune hails from Toulouse in the south of France and has worked in Paris, London and, most recently, Cannes, in the Noga Hilton on the glamorous La Croisette.
Ted Rotante, an executive at the real estate services firm First Service Williams who represents Brune & Richard, said that Swig's situation was of concern to the law firm and had influenced its decision to hold off on a long-term deal.
Brune tightly chooses not to focus on individual lifestyle choices, such as changing lightbulbs or buying a hybrid car.
Led by Martin Brune from the University of Bochum, Germany, researchers said that impaired non-verbal communication, in the form of facial expressions, in people with schizophrenia can harm their social interactions
COMING CLEAN: BREAKING AMERICA'S ADDICTION TO OIL AND COAL BY MICHAEL BRUNE, Sierra Club Books, 269 pages, $14.95
LA DAME BRUNE was given a cool ride by Mick Fitzgerald in the mares' novice hurdle at Warwick yesterday, and the Irishman should be applauded for not panicking when his main market rival, Wyldello, kicked for home turning in.