Felix, Swiss physician, 1840-1914. See: Gerlier disease.
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Founder Nicolas Gerlier, a French beauty veteran, says, "Because an estimated one billion lipsticks are thrown away every year in the world, we designed the first environmentally friendly refill with no PP or POM, and made in the Morbihan, Bretagne." In addition, for each lipstick sold, La Bouche Rouge will donate 100 liters of drinking water to Eau Vive Internationale, an agricultural and water-resource charity.
On arrival day, guests are treated to an exclusive art appreciation cocktail hour with Martin Gerlier, curator of Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit's new art gallery, S Gallery.
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The authors thank Christian Buchholz (Paul Ehrlich Institute, Langen, Germany) for the blottable anti-F antibody, Yusuke Yanagi for CHO-SLAM cells, Olivier Duc and Christophe Chamot (USB/UMS3444 Platim Platform, ENSL), Olivier Reynaud for advice on confocal microscopy, Sebastien Dussurgey and Thibault Andrieu (USB/UMS3444 Cytometry Platform) for advice on flow cytometry, Didier Deecimo for advice on transfection, Thierry Defrance (INSERM U851) for much good advice on flow cytometry, and Denis Gerlier for anti-F mAb 503 and useful discussions.
Le groupe des cardinaux conserve un prestige certain avec, au premier plan, Lienart (Lille), Gerlier (Lyon) ou Feltin (Paris) et, plus en retrait, Roques (Rennes), Richaud (Bordeaux) et Lefebvre (Bourges).
Cytotoxicity of TGS on HAECs was examined by 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide (MTT) assay (Gerlier and Thomasset, 1986).
When the deportations began, three archbishops (Gerlier of Lyon, Saliege of Toulouse, Moussaron of Albi) and three bishops (Theas of Montauban, Delay of Marseille, and Vansteeberghe of Bayonne) made public objections.
(38) Henri de Lubac, "Concerning Cardinal Gerlier," in Christian Resistance to Anti-Semitism: Memories from 1940-1944 (San Francisco: Ignatius, 1990) 165-88, at 179, 185.
My thanks to Valentin Gerlier for reading and commenting on earlier drafts of this article.