In one case report, it was noted that XLA
is also associated with precursor B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, which is the most common malignancy in children.
The overall design parameters of the Slabber XLA
for Nonwovens can be modified to fit a wide variety of installation needs.
I'd already seen how difficult XLA
had made Jamie's life.
The CBA/N inbred mouse strain's X-linked immunodeficiency (xid) has been regarded as an experimental model for human XLA
since it was first described in 1972 (91).
Additionally, Dow XLA
behaves like the base "rigid fiber" and can be chemically finished in the same manner as the base rigid fiber.
is passed though generations by females, who although they do not show any symptoms, carry the defective genes.
The carrier said that the awards are determined by an annual survey of XLA
members who use the services of airlines for their express deliveries around the world.
retailer to use Dow XLA
fiber, introducing it in fell 2004 by weaving it into its two-ply cotton shirt to create a new women's fitted shirt that doesn't require ironing.
is a specially-modified, cross linked, olefinic polymer based on Dow's award-winning Insite technology, Dow XLA
offers freedom-of-movement to fabrics and garments and is resistant to harsh chemicals and heat.
Branded as the Freedom Fiber, Dow XLA
has a heat resistance greater than 220[degrees]C and is resistant to chemicals such as permanganate and hypochlorite.