Glenner

Glen·ner

(glen'ĕr),
George B., 20th-century U.S. pathologist and histologist. See: Glenner-Lillie stain for pituitary.
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Glenner, "Neuritic plaques and cerebrovascular amyloid in Alzheimer disease are antigenically related.," Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Early investigations into the genetic causes of AD were guided by the discovery that amyloid p was the same protein seen in plaques developed in the brains of people with Down syndrome, who frequently develop a similar form of dementia (Glenner et al., 1984).
Although some million-year gaps make unclear the freshwater-species origin, the ability of crustaceans to successfully invade new environments is clear (Glenner et al.
In 1984, Glenner and Wong purified a 4.2 kDa [beta]-amyloid (A[beta]) from a patent with Alzheimer's disease (AD) with cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA).
El protocolo adecuado varia entre las especies y recolectas; no todas las semillas responden igual a la prueba, ya que se basa en la actividad de las deshidrogenasas de la respiracion que reducen quimicamente la solucion incolora de tetrazolio a formazan (1, 3, 5-trifenilformazan), de color rojo-rosado (Glenner, 1990); de esta manera, es posible identificar tejido vivo (coloracion roja), parcialmente danado (tonalidades rosadas) o muerto (blanco) (International Seed Testing Association, 2010).
Glenner, "80 years of dental radiography.," The Journal of the American Dental Association, vol.
Connolly along with his best friends Dano, Glenner and Cobbie sell weed for extra money.
(19.) Ikeda SI, Yanagisawa N, Glenner GG, Allsop D.
A classification system for extra-adrenal pheochromocytoma proposed by Glenner and Grimley (10) in 1974 divided the tumors into four groups based on location: branchiomeric, intravagal, aortico sympathetic, and visceroautonomic.
Moe Glenner is the president and founder of PURELogistics, a consulting firm that specializes in change management.