Krabbe

Krab·be

(krah'bĕ),
Knud H., Danish neurologist, 1885-1961. See: Krabbe disease, Christensen-Krabbe disease.
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Notes: for questions regarding the project, contact brian krabbe at bkrabbe@fpdwc.
Serving Grt: Fisherkeller (5 aces); Mund: Krabbe (1 ace); Attacking Grt: Mitchell (11 kills);Bringer (6 kills); Mund: I.
THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS ITV4, 9PM Thrilling action, starring Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Jeroen Krabbe and Joe Don Baker.
She suffered from a rare genetic condition called Krabbe Disease, which affects the nervous system.
And there is a "double-digit billion euro market for digitisation", says Hans-Georg Krabbe, chairman of the board of management of ABB.
En el best seller que consagrara como escritor a uno de sus clientes, Kaspar Krabbe, el aleman, Costa escribe: "Zeloza dos meus escritos, so ela os sabia ler, mirandose no espelho, e de noite apagava o que de dia fora escrito, para que eu jamais cessasse de escrever meu livro nela" (BUARQUE, 2003: 40).
The New York State NBS Program has developed such a follow-up program for asymptomatic infants with high suspicion of later-onset Krabbe disease across multiple clinical centers and specialties.
Without it, the boys - who suffer from Krabbe disease which destroys young bodies - would most likely be dead.
The product is intended for the treatment of Type 1 - Early Infantile Krabbe disease, a rare genetic degenerative disorder for which there is no cure and is generally fatal before two years of age.
TWIN brothers Luis and Kian King have been given new hope in their battle against their lifethreatening condition - Juvenile Krabbe Disease - because a stem cell donor has been found.
Krabbe provides readers with in-depth analysis of multiple cases argued before international criminal courts.
Action thriller sequel, with Jason Statham, Natalya Rudakova, Francois Berleand, Robert Knepper, Jeroen Krabbe and David Atrakchi.