Reinke

Rein·ke

(rīn'kĕ),
Friedrich B., German anatomist, 1862-1919. See: Reinke crystalloids.
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The superficial layer of lamina propria, also called as Reinke's space, contains macrophages, myofibroblasts, and fibroblasts at high concentrations.
Reinke is a partner with the law firm of Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C.
At its January 24 meeting, ICCVAM elected Anna Lowit, EPA, and Emily Reinke, Department of Defense, to serve two-year terms as co-chairs of ICCVAM.
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Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of Audi Sport GmbH, and Chris Reinke, head of Audi Sport customer racing, welcomed the customers at Audi's Neuburg location.
John Reinke, Managing Director of Generation Growth Capital, Inc, said, 'Our strategy is to build the nation's leading distributor and service provider of car wash systems and supplies.
Jim Grewe, Reinke VP of International Sls, elects to retire.
In this article, we summarize the findings from a study focused on the implementation of a classroom management coaching model called the Classroom Check-Up (see Reinke, 2006; Reinke, Herman, & Sprick, 2011), which was adapted to promote culturally responsive classroom management strategies, with the ultimate aim of improving student outcomes.
The speaker, Judy Rising Reinke, deputy director of the U.S.
Staffordshire-based Ilze Reinke Interiors will carry out the work.
The larynx was diffusely erythematous and edematous, with thick secretions and severe posterior "cobble-stoning." There was blunting of the anterior commissure, diffuse laryngeal thrush, and severe Reinke edema.
Lucas Tomaiolo ReinkeShrewsbury - Life brought new and immeasurable joy to Kara and Mike Reinke on March 28, 2010 when their twins were born.