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cel

(sel),
A unit of velocity; 1 cm per second.
[L. celer, swift]
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In the histamine-induced acute inflammation, the extracts of CELS and MPE of L.
The results of the current study showed that CELS and MPE extracts are potent inhibitors of carrageenan-induced inflammation and they may exert their anti-inflammatory effects by mediating several pathways except histamine.
The effects of CELS (crude extract of Leontice smirnowii) and MPE (monodismosides purified extract) of Leontice smirnowii in subsequent doses and indomethacin (Indomet.
The NHS represents the largest element of the healthcare sector in the North East and it is of crucial importance CELS and the NHS work closely to achieve the ambitious economic growth targets we have set for the region.
CELS will provide ongoing support and guidance to the businesses in areas ranging from networking and procurement best practice to information on the various grants available and how to gain investor funding.
Once established, CELS continues to help companies after they out-grow the incubator to assist in their ongoing development.
Dion, who lives in Newcastle, joined CELS to help develop the organisation's Healthcare Network, a unique membership body open to all healthcare companies in the North East.
He will also direct all commercial services and contracts undertaken by CELS.
CELS chief executive Mike Asher said: "I am delighted to welcome Kenny and Mike.
David Allison, director of business and industry at One NorthEast, which funds CELS, said: "I am certain his appointment will prove invaluable in cementing CELS' status as a leader in its field.