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betulinic acid

A natural pentacyclic triterpene extracted from bark of various plants—e.g., Betula pubescens, Lycopus lucidus, Syzigium claviflorum, Ziziphus mauritiana, Prunella vulgaris, and others—which is anti-retroviral (inhibits steps of HIV assembly and virion budding), anti-malarial, anti-inflammatory and anti-proliferative (inhibits telomerase and induces apoptosis).
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Raquel Salazar-Lugo (1), *, America Vargas (2), Carlos Moreno (3), Luisa Centeno (3), Henri Astudillo (4), Mairin Lemus (5) y Luisa Rojas de Astudillo (6)
The current study aimed to address the critical gap in research on the impact of REIs on maternal knowledge of PDS in the RAAN, Nicaragua, by assessing the effects of the community-based radio-education program Mairin Karnakira-Mujer Poderosa.
However the Coroner for Nottinghamshire, Miss Mairin Casey, said there was no evidence to suggest that he nor any of the other teachers had drunk to excess and that the alcohol had been consumed over a period of five to six hours.
Mairin Lemus (1,4), Nilis Rojas (2), Luisa Rojas-Astudillo (3) & Kyung Chung (4)
Coroner Mairin Casey, at Nottingham Coroner's Court, heard WO Conley, a member of the 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, had been staying at the Chetwynd barracks in Chilwell in May last year.
7) For the literature on this topic, see: Angela Bourke, Siobhan Kilfeather, Maria Luddy, Margaret Mac Curtain, Gerardine Meaney, Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha, Mary O'Dowd, and Clair Wills, eds, The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing: Irish Women's Writing and Traditions, 5 vols (Cork: Cork University Press, 2002); Ruth Connolly, 'Viscountess Ranelagh and the Authorisation of Women's Knowledge in the Hartlib Circle', in The Intellectual Culture of Puritan Women, 1558-1680, eds Johanna Harris and Elizabeth Scott-Baumann (London: Palgrave Macmillian, 2010), pp.
Much loved wife of Fraser, special mum of Carolyn, Liz and James, loving and thoughtful mother-in-law of Yvonne, Stephen and Stephen, the most amazing and loving grandma of Lauren, Caitlin, Mairin, Ella, Jess and James.
Tucker and her husband Robert of Northboro and their children, Charles Kendrick, Nicole Tucker and Bryan Kendrick and his wife Kara and their children, Lyla and Mairin.
The night includes music from Sam Moloney and guests including Ukes Not Dead, Mark Holmes, Sean Clinch & Mairin O'Hagan.
Mairin Scott, 31, of Riding Mill, near Hexham, Northumberland, who lost gifts worth more than pounds 3,500, said: "I feel most let down because I was in touch with the company a week before this happened.
Foro Internacional de Mujeres Indigenas (FIMI), 2007, Mairin Iwanka Raya, Mujeres Indigenas confrontan la violencia, Informe Complementario al Estudio sobre Violencia contra Mujeres Indigenas del Secretariado General de las Naciones Unidas.
Mum and my aunt Mairin had unpacked the car and set up home in the massive Georgian farmhouse so I spread out all the things I needed for the week - wellies, farmer's cap, waterproof coat, a spade and my wheelbarrow.