Cloudman

Cloud·man

(klowd'măn),
Arthur M., 20th-century U.S. zoologist and pathologist. See: Cloudman melanoma.
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In one of the first experiments conducted in melanoma, 6- to 8-week-old female CDBA/2F1 mice consumed water or 20 percent alcohol for 52 weeks before being inoculated in a leg with the Cloudman 8-91 melanoma tumor (Ketcham et al.
Each of these takes a slightly different slant, and each adds something to its predecessors: Shakespeare in America, by Esther Cloudman Dunn (1939); the first chapter of Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural Hierarchy in America, by Lawrence W.
In addition to Blau, an ex-senior vice president with UBS who is now the group's CEO and president, Fusion Family Wealth includes three other advisors and one associate: Harvey Radler, Jeffrey Blick, Joel Bodner and James Cloudman.
(2010) illustrated how to deploy a compute cluster using the Amazon EC2 cloud and Galaxy CloudMan. According to Afgan et al.
(2010) illustrated how to deploy a compute cluster using the Amazon EC2 cloud and Galaxy CloudMan. Their system was simple to use and enabled small groups of researchers to deploy heavy computational resources without requiring support from skilled bioinformatics personnel.
A significant book by Esther Cloudman Dunn appeared in 1939.
The effect of histamine, antihistamines, and a mast cell stabilizer on the growth of cloudman melanoma cells in DBA/2 mice.
Also seen in many schools is Borden's "Skywatcher's Cloud Chart," depicting 36 color photographs, mostly taken by John "Cloudman" Day - author of "Book of Clouds." The chart was designed to showcase the sky's beauty.
For example, Neil McKay, the Dakota-language teacher at the University of Minnesota, commented the evening in New Ulm that it was an honor for him to participate and stated, "I'm descended from Sleepy Eye and Cloudman's people.
ANN ROSALIND JONES is Esther Cloudman Dunn Professor of Comparative Literature at Smith College.