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Cock·ayne

(kok'ān),
Edward A., British physician, 1880-1956. See: Cockayne disease, Cockayne syndrome, Weber-Cockayne syndrome.
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A British national born in Hong Kong, Cockayne moved to the UAE and began her career at the Burj Al Arab, Dubai in the position of guest services executive.
Stirling Knights under-12s: Lucas Duncan, Luke Rodden, Angus Cockayne, Jacob McRae, Josh Duncan, Michael Carey, Corey McMonagle, Finn Hencher and Joe Thorburn.
Physical examination revealed height of 126 cm, weight of 25 kg, and characteristic findings of Cockayne syndrome including microcephaly, short stature, and xeroderma pigmentosum.
Xeroderma pigmentosum-Cockayne syndrome is a rare clinically overlapping genetic disorder characterized by somatic and neurological abnormalities of Cockayne syndrome and skin and eye manifestations of Xeroderma pigmentosum.7 In making the diagnosis for this patient, the clinical features were evidently indicative of Cockayne syndrome.
Cockayne Syndrome has 3 different types, I, II, and III.
The FDA provided greater clarity on the requirements needed to file an IND to initiate a Phase I/II clinical trial in patients with Cockayne Syndrome.
"But Benny Cockayne being Benny was happy to chip him and told him to pull his head in a bit."
But Iain Thornley's late try and a conversion from Ben Cockayne salvaged a point for the Robins, which keeps their narrow hopes alive of finishing in the First Utility Super League top-eight.
At a meeting today (03 Nov), James Cockayne, Head of Office at the United Nations at United Nations University (UNU), presented the report, "What Comes After the War on Drugs", which he co-wrote with Summer Walker, Drug Policy Project Manager at United Nations University.
Lillie-Mae Chipping faces an uncertain future after medics discovered she was had Cockayne syndrome, a neurodegenerative disorder that causes rapid ageing.
Lillie-Mae Chipping faces an uncertain future after medics discovered she was suffering from Cockayne syndrome, a neurodegenerative disorder that causes rapid ageing.
Travis Burns and Ben Cockayne combined neatly out wide and centre Liam Salter finished in the right-hand corner.