Kolmer

Kol·mer

(kōl'mĕr),
John A., U.S. pathologist, 1886-1962. See: Kolmer test.
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John Kolmer, who heads Dow's leadership development, liked that the group has "a cache about them; people are familiar with Second City." But "more important than that, what we find is real growth -- real development -- takes place when you're out of your comfort zone." Their sessions' training involved putting together an improvised infomercial for a product, as well as other improv exercises.
Muslims are currently one of the most vilified groups in the media (Kolmer & Shatz, 2015), and have been targets of significant racial profiling and discrimination since 9/11 (Amri & Bemak, 2012).
Kolmer, "Subcellular location and expression pattern of autoimmune regulator (Aire), the mouse orthologue for human gene defective in autoimmune polyendocrinopathy candidiasis ectodermal dystrophy (APECED)," Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry, vol.
Sachar, EJ, JW Mason, HS Kolmer, and KL Artiss, 1963, "Psychoendocrine Aspects of Acute Schizophrenic Reactions," Psychosomatic Medicine 25, pp.
A sprayable, cork-based coating made by Kolmer S.A.
Erythrocytes (RBCs) count m/mm3 calculation was made by Haemocytometer (Kolmer et al., 1986) method.
Kolmer (2003) and Oelke and Kolmer (2004), suggested that prior to exercising any gene pyramiding approach, it is necessary to identify the effective and genetically diversified sources of resistance.
Laboratory Techniques: Jugular venipuncture method (Kolmer et al., 1959) was adopted for collection of blood using a 22 gauge needle.
triticina collected from wheat in different regions of Canada and 15 molecular phenotypes were distinguished (Kolmer et al., 1995).
As stated by Zeng, Go and Kolmer (2011, p.319), "A country's position in terms of global competition can be influenced by its national image", associated with different international elements of a country.