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Dox

(doks),
Arthur W., 20th-century U.S. chemist. See: Czapek-Dox medium.
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Rubin predicted that in spite of violating Periscope's terms of service by threatening to dox the pro-life protesters, "the tech companies aren't going to ban him." After mentioning that Twitter had suspended conservative David Horowitz, Rubin concluded that double standards exist "not only when it comes to how the media deals with these people but also the tech companies." As of right now, Sims has yet to face suspension from Twitter for violating the terms of service; his Twitter page containing multiple rants against Planned Parenthood protesters remains available for all to see.
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Cellular morphological changes were observed under the microscope (100 x) after induction by DOX. The morphology of cells transfected with the negative control virus or wild-type GJB6 remained unchanged after the cells were induced.
In the model, Olara + Dox was compared with alternative regimens that (1) are currently licensed for use in the US for the treatment of advanced STS, (2) are recommended by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines [7], or (3) have been directly compared with Olara + Dox in a randomized trial or can be indirectly compared using conventional methods of network meta-analysis.
The primary outcome measure of the study was DOX concentration in porcine psoas tissue samples after exposure to thermal ablation.
To prepare the empty PNS-SS-ADA@CD-mPEG nanoparticles, the same procedure was employed except the addition of DOX.
Calculated amounts of standard solution of CIP and DOX were spiked into sample solution, and the resulting solutions were scanned in the range of 200-400 nm.
In these clones, mCherry or GFP, indicating STAT3-KO or pSTAT3-overexpression, could be turned on or off by Dox adding or removing (Figure 2(a)).
In order to identify circulating miRNAs associated to adverse cardiac response to DOX, we assessed the onset of cardiotoxicity by cardiac echocardiography at baseline (T0) and 42 days (T42) after first injection (Figure 1).
Administration of DOX may lead to the damage of the myocardial cell membrane, or it becomes permeable, resulting in the leakage of AST, ALT, CK-MB, and LDH in the blood.
In brief, 1.0 mL of DOX solution (DOX, 12 mg) was mixed with 200 [micro]L of zinc nitrate solution (Zn[(N[O.sub.3]).sub.2]x6[H.sub.2]O, 50 mg).
The current study was planned to investigate the effects of chemotherapeutic agent DOX and the potential antioxidative properties of vitamin C when acting in combination with DOX in the mammalian somatic and germ cell.