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AURORA

A study to evaluate the Use of Rosuvastatin in subjects On Regular haemodialysis: an Assessment of survival and cardiovascular events. A trial assessing whether rosuvastatin reduced morbidity and mortality in patients with end-stage renal disease undergoing chronic haemodialysis, irrespective of their baseline lipid status.
Conclusion Rosuvastatin lowered LDL cholesterol but had no significant effect on the composite primary end point of death from cardiovascular causes, nonfatal myocardial infarction, or nonfatal stroke.
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Scientists have made detailed observations of auroras only on Earth, Jupiter, and now Saturn.
Even though there are similarities among the different planets' auroras, Saturn's stand out in several ways.
The formation of auroras depends on solar winds reaching Earth.
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Verimatrix not only provides an industry leading encryption system for the Auroras IPTV network, but also provides tools such as advanced clone detection and user-based watermarking that provide the most comprehensive forensic tools available for video entertainment networks," said Mike Kazmier, president and chief technology officer at Auroras.
Through aggregation of high quality content and superior infrastructure technology, Auroras enables broadband operators of all sizes to bring the benefits of IPTV to its customers.
Sandel, a physicist at the University of Arizona, says dayglow -- another kind of UV emission -- contributed to his difficulty in finding the auroras.
The faintness of Uranian auroras made the search harder still.
Integration of Cygnifi's analytics has allowed Aurora to offer support for additional swap related derivatives.
This acquisition underscores Aurora's commitment to providing state-of-the-art trading systems that meet the needs of OTC Option traders," said Neil Arora, CEO of Aurora Software.
On earth, auroras occur in a pole-circling belt or arc, formed where magnetic field lines carry energetic particles down far enough to enter the atmosphere and visible in images from earth-orbiting satellites (SN:1/2/82, p.
Aurora Showcase's editorial staff is already at work reading manuscripts submitted by writers' clubs around the country.