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MFGE8

A gene on chromosome 15q25 that encodes medin (milk fat globule-EGF factor 8 protein), which plays a key role in maintaining epithelial homeostasis and in promoting mucosal healing. Medin promotes VEGF-dependent neovascularisation, helps remove apoptotosed cells, binds to phosphatidylserine-enriched cell surfaces in a receptor-independent manner and binds rotavirus, inhibiting its replication.
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Non-invasive Ventilator Market: Key Players Examples of some of the key players operating in the global non-invasive ventilator market are ResMed Inc., Teleflex Incorporated, Hamilton Bonaduz AG, HEYER Medical AG, Respironics, Inc., Airon Corporation, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Magnamed, medin Medical Innovations GmbH, Mindray Medical International Limited, O-Two Medical Technologies Inc., Phoenix Medical Systems Pvt.
US-based medical contract manufacturer Medin Technologies, Inc., which is owned by Seven Point Equity Partners LLC and headquartered in Totowa, New Jersey, has completed the add-on acquisition of Monroe, Washington-based Advantage Manufacturing Technologies, Inc., the company said.
11 July 2019 - US-based medical contract manufacturer Medin Technologies, Inc., which is owned by Seven Point Equity Partners LLC and headquartered in Totowa, New Jersey, has completed the add-on acquisition of Monroe, Washington-based Advantage Manufacturing Technologies, Inc., the company said.
Another confirmation of the differential weighting of features was found by Nosofsky (1986), whose context model generalized the exemplar theory of categorization developed by Medin and Schaffer (1978).
By Milo Medin and Gilman Louie for the Defense Innovation Board
Alignable attributes are more monotonic in that the evaluation of a product is stable and sustainable, and weigh more heavily in people's judgments than do other attributes (Huang & Zhou, 2016; Markman & Medin, 1995).
Diani Reef becomes the fourth five star hotel at the Coast after Swahili Beach and Leopards Beach, which are also in Diani, and Medin Palms in Watamu.
Three of SANS' leading experts will host classes - Tim Medin, Dave Shackleford and Erik Van Buggenhout will conduct training sessions on SEC460: Enterprise Threat and Vulnerability Assessment, SEC545: Cloud Security Architecture and Operations and SEC599: Defeating Advanced Adversaries - Purple Team Tactics & Kill Chain Defenses respectively.
According to BI Port Operations Chief Grifton Medina, Safae Hazot Medin Omran, 31, was arrested last December 2 at the departure area of Mactan International Airport in Cebu.
In a report to Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente, BI port operations chief Grifton Medina identified the passenger as 31-year-old Safae Hazot Medin Omran.
The scope of experimental investigation of categorization ranges from invertebrates, such as wasps and bees (Avargues-Weber, Deisig, & Giurfa, 2011; Wu, Moreno, Tangen, & Reinhard, 2013), to vertebrates, such as pigeons (e.g., Herrnstein & Loveland, 1964; Berg & Grace, 2011; Watanabe, Wakita, & Sakamoto, 1995; Soto & Wasserman, 2012) and mice (Watanabe, 2013), in addition to humans (Hull, 1920, 1943; Smith & Medin, 1981; Lakoff, 1987; Fields, Matneja, et al., 2002; Fields, Reeve, et al., 2002).