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Henry K., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Silver-Russell dwarfism, Silver-Russell syndrome.

sil·ver (Ag),

L. argentum; a metallic element, atomic no. 47, atomic wt. 107.8682. Many salts have clinical applications.
Synonym(s): argentum
[A.S. seolfor]


[L.] silver (symbol Ag).
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LADY Herries introduces her home-bred two-year-old Argentum at Newmarket this afternoon, but insists that any connection to the crack sprinter of the same name is purely coincidental, writes Graham Green.
22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Argentum Medical, an industry leading manufacturer of metallic silver based antimicrobial wound dressings, announced today that it has been awarded a contract by Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA).
The Argentum Group ("Argentum"), a New York-based private equity firm and AFS's largest shareholder, played an integral role in facilitating these transactions.
TransForce was advised in this transaction by its equity partners, The Argentum Group and First Analysis, and its financing partners, Merion Investment Partners and SunTrust Bank.
BioSante's Board of Directors also appointed Daniel Raynor of The Argentum Group to the Board, effective July 12, 2013.