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AMP579 Delivery for Myocardial Infarction Reduction. A trial assessing the ability of AMP579, an adenosine agonist, to limit the final size of an infarct
Conclusion Final infarct size was ±10% for treatment and placebo groups; treatment group did marginally better
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However, admirable as the Paris of to-day may seem to you, reconstruct the Paris of the fifteenth century, call it up before you in thought; look at the sky athwart that surprising forest of spires, towers, and belfries; spread out in the centre of the city, tear away at the point of the islands, fold at the arches of the bridges, the Seine, with its broad green and yellow expanses, more variable than the skin of a serpent; project clearly against an azure horizon the Gothic profile of this ancient Paris.
It is a victory not just for his parents - who have maintained an admirable dignity through an incomprehensible series of delays getting here - but for common sense.
'So admirable, kahit you talk to her in English but still tinuturuan n'yo ba din sya magsalita at kumanta ng Tagalog, bravo!' the fan said.
IANS Amitabh Bachchan, who is busy shooting for Thugs of Hindostan in Thailand, finds it admirable to see women working on the set, saying they are taking over the world.
For example, "A virtue is a trait that makes an exemplar admirable in a certain respect.
Presented in Italian by a multitude of translators and now collected into this admirable flagship of a volume, maremare gathers verse from truly diverse shores.
EVERTON have shown an admirable touch of class by telling Seamus Coleman that there is a five-year contract waiting for him, following the horrific injury he sustained playing for Ireland versus Wales.
His knowledge of the Highways Code/ Act is admirable, it is to be hoped his common sense would be equally admirable!
Yet he has chosen to speak out about his ordeal and the reasons are admirable and two-fold.
FORMER Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli hopes the "admirable" Andy A Murray will prove to be a tennis trail-blazer working with Amelie Mauresmo.
While he is admirable for speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves, there is another not-so-admirable Chaput who in March 2010, while archbishop of-a Denver, agreed to kick two children out of a Catholic school because their parents were lesbians.