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Kho·ra·na

(kō-rä′nə), Har Gobind Born 1922.
Indian-born American biochemist. He shared a 1968 Nobel Prize for the study of genetic codes.
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Khorana was born to Hindu parents in Raipur, a little village in Punjab, currently a part of eastern Pakistan.
Khorana, 2013, "Is There Life after the Complete Loss of Analyst Coverage?
Khorana will take readers on a page-turning journey with a surprising yet wholly satisfying resolution.
28) Chart adapted from Ajay Khorana et al, "Spinoffs: Tackling the Conglomerate Discount" (2011) 23:4 J Applied Corporate Finance 90 at 95.
PESHAWAR -- Star batter and opening pair Khorana Sajjad and Sana Urooj guided Karachi to 45 runs victory in the opening match of the All-Pakistan Mrs.
Es claro que los pacientes con diagnostico de cancer sometidos a quimioterapia tienen mayor riesgo de presentar TEV y se han validado puntajes como el Khorana para cuantificar dicho riesgo (4).
Recent interviews include Aditi Khorana, Julie Murphy, Nova Ren Suma, John Corey Whaley, and David Arnold.
1999; Mikkelson and Partch, 1989; Song and Walkling, 1993; Shivdasani, 1993; Khorana et al.
A partir de este planteamiento Chang, Cheng y Khorana (2000) proponen un modelo mas robusto usando la desviacion absoluta de seccion cruzada (Cross Sectional absolute deviation-CSAD), para verificar la existencia del efecto en el periodo de 1963 a 1997 en los mercados de Estados Unidos, Japon, Hong Kong, Sur Corea y Taiwan; sus resultados indican evidencia parcial de efecto manada en el mercado de Hong Kong y un efecto significativo en los mercados de Sur Corea y Taiwan.
LAHORE -- Punjab University Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (MMG) in collaboration with American Society for Microbiology (ASM) and PU organized one day symposium on Diversity in Microbiology: A Crosstalk here on Thursday at Khorana Auditorium, Institute of Chemistry.
This practice, often the result of underestimating patient nutritional needs by medical staff and frequent interruptions in enteral feedings for various reasons, is associated with a variety of negative effects, such as impaired immune response, increased susceptibility to infection, poor wound healing, and neuromuscular impairment (Artinian, Krayem, & DiGiovine, 2006; Barr, Hecht, Flavin, Khorana, & Gould, 2004; Dobson & Scott, 2007; Marik & Zaloga, 2001; Reignier, 2013).