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(lo͝or′ē-ə), Salvador Edward 1912-1991.
Italian-born American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating the mechanism of viral infection in living cells.
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Even in a passage by one of the closest kabbalists to Luria, his disciple R.
Luria also said the U.S.-China trade war might lead to "scrutiny" of Alibaba's New York listing, raising fears of another Huawei episode.
"DAV uses the phrase 'keep the promise,' and part of our job as representatives is to keep that promise to veterans to help connect them with critical services that they need," Luria added.
"One of the goals of creating [the addition] was to be able to move toward single-occupancy beds, but when the volumes kept rising, that went by the wayside," Luria says.
Thus, Luria further argues that the command to remember was directed towards all later readers, and not only the contemporary generation.
Para el analisis estadistico, los items de la seccion motora de la UHDRS fueron agrupados en 10 dimensiones: 1) Alteraciones oculomotoras (seguimiento ocular, inicio de movimientos sacadicos, velocidad de las sacadas), 2) Disartria, 3) Protrusion Lingual, 4) Luria, 5) Bradicinesia (golpeteo de los dedos, pronosupinacion), 6) Rigidez, 7) Distonia, 8) Corea, 9) Alteraciones del equilibrio y 10) Retropulsion.
has installed Gil Luria as its new director of institutional equity research, part of an Equity Capital Markets team that includes more than 160 professionals, the company said.
The purchases are part of the Chinese company's strategy to learn more about the US market as it expands internationally, said Gil Luria, an analyst at Wedbush Securities.
Clinical protocol included the following: (1) collection of anamnestic data; (2) neuropsychological testing: MMSE [17], Luria's tests [18], study of memory (TIME test) [19], clock drawing test [20], and verbal fluency test [21]; (3) neuropsychiatric assessment using the Neuropsychiatric Inventory (NPI) [22]; (4) neurological examination with detailed assessment of walking, Tinetti Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment (POMA) [23]; and (5) the assessment of daily living activities, BADL [24].