WHIM


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WHIM

Abbreviation for:
warts, hypogammaglobulinemia, infections, myelokathexis (WHIM syndrome)
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Mavorixafor is a potential first-in-class, once-daily, oral, small molecule antagonist of chemokine receptor CXCR4 targeting WHIM syndrome.
Proof of concept in WHIM patients has been observed with clinically meaningful increases in neutrophil and lymphocyte biomarker counts, as well as a trend of reduction in infection rates and wart burden, and a favorable safety profile.
According to the company, measurement of circulating neutrophils and lymphocytes are endpoints in the X4P-001-RD clinical study, as leukocytes are retained in the patient's bone marrow in WHIM syndrome patients.
Due to the whims of the Greek Cypriot community, the distance can be bridged for a solution to the Cyprus problem," Erdogan said.
The award-winning Whim app, which dovetails with the Swift travel card, delivers smart travel solutions which enable people to use the right mode of transport for the right journey.
Whim founder Sampo Hietaenan said he was excited to be bringing it to the West Midlands.
Whim offers both monthly mobility packages and travel on a pay as you go basis.
There's a physical change with the whim. I can be pottering around online when an ad - one of those that follows you around - will finally command my attention.
The woman had been diagnosed as a child with WHIM syndrome, an immune disease caused by a mutation in a gene called CXCR4.
First of all we have our Labourrun council who hold our hands at their/our every whim.
MACY'S AND MARTHA STEWART LIVING OMNIMEDIA (MSLO) have jointly launched Whim, an exclusive bedding and dinnerware collection from the home furnishings icon.