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A proteasome inhibitor which induces apoptosis in cancer cells, and inhibits binding to stromal cells and production of growth and survival factors.

Treatment-refractory myeloma (35% response rate), mantle cell lymphoma.
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Thrombocytopaenia, fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, neutropaenia. 
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Of the public houses built between 1830-1899, some have stood the test of time and they are still serving the public to this day.
There are 11 public houses left of the original 92 south of the railway line.
The survey showed that public houses in the South of England outperform those in the North, Wales and Scotland.
About 63% of public houses which sell food recorded an increase in sales over the last year, compared to a 66% decline in 'wet' led public houses.
Conroy does a wonderful job of explaining why the popularity of public houses eventually drew the suspicions and then the fire of the colonial elite.
We will continue to build more public houses and make sure people move into them, and off the Public Housing Register as quickly possible, Megan Woods said.
Conroy, In Public Houses: Drink and the Revolution of Authority in Colonial Massachusetts (Chapel Hill and London, 1995) and Peter Thompson, Rum Punch and Revolution: Taverngoing and Public Life in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia (Philadelphia, 1999).
There are over 4000 public houses in the greater Darwin region, so there will be a lot of work opportunities for small and large contractors qualified in plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting, roofing and tiling to tender for this work.

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