Ceelen

Cee·len

(sē'lĕn),
Wilhelm, 1884-1964. See: Ceelen-Gellerstedt syndrome.
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(59.) Willaert W, Mareel M, Van De Putte D, Van Nieuwenhove Y, Pattyn P, Ceelen W.
[12] MOYAERT, H.; DECOSTERE, A.; VANDAMME, P.; DEBRUYNE, L.; MAST, J.; BAELE, M.; CEELEN, L.; DUCATELLE, R.; HAESEBROUCK, F.
Ceelen, "Scoring histological regression in peritoneal carcinomatosis: does it count?," Pleura and Peritoneum, vol.
Coen 'Coenchickabouhous' Bouhuijs, Stijn 'Stino' Seuren and Jochem 'Jotjum' Nonhebel have plenty of experience racing J22s and bigger yachts as have teammates Jurjen Streng and Marcel Ceelen. Swedish sailor Pierre Gronberg -- best known for competing in the World Cup Farr30 -- promising sailor Jelger Rozendaal and Skipper Wouter Sonnema complete the team and have come to compete in Farr30's having come up through the ranks using Optimist and Laser sailing dinghies.
These results demonstrate that a majority of researchers, and also reviewers and editors, ignore the MIQE guidelines and the reports highlighting the importance of the use of proper reference genes for normalization for the HepaRG cell line [e.g., Ceelen et al.
Manon Ceelen et al, "Growth and Development of Children Born After In Vitro Fertilization" (2008) 90:5 Fertility and Sterility 1662 at 1662; Charles P Kindregan Jr & Maureen McBrien, Assisted Reproductive Technology: A Lawyer's Guide to Emerging Law and Science, 2nd ed (Chicago: ABA Publishing, 2011) at 92-93.
by Vicky Ceelen The more we get together by Caroline Church Maisy's bathtime.
[68.] Debergh I, van Damme N, Pattyn P, Peeters M, Ceelen WP.