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  • Exemples de effect
    1. Moreover, the notable beneficial effect of givinostat on liver fibrosis was also confirmed in the mouse models.
    2. The aim of the present study is to investigate hepaprotective effect of ZMYL against CDDP-induced hepatotoxicity.
    3. In drug abuse model, repeated administration of LY379268 reduced toluene-induced hyperlocomotion, whereas repeated dosing with LY379268 had no effect on PCP-induced hyperlocomotor activity.
    4. No correlation was found between plasma total testosterone and CMRglu in the PCOS group but considering our small sample size, we could not adequately assess a potential effect of hypertestosteronaemia on brain glucose uptake in this group.
    5. This effect was present in the hypodopaminergic state and could partially be restored by dopamine repletion.
    6. Is the hypofiltrating effect of acetazolamide maintained in the long-term?
    7. In other experiment, dexamethasone resulted in hyperglycemic and hypoketonemic effect lasting 4 to 6 days in ketotic cows.
  • Exemples de effects
    1. Might this then be a bellwether tale about the rumored dire effects of overabsorption in new media?
    2. We found that the effects of reactive astroglosis, demyelination and vasogenic edema may not be obvious in the post-irradiation acute phase, and resulting in initially no clear trend of either the QA or ISO R/L ratio in the all four different compartments.
    3. While I believe that the documentary format is a crucial part of media journalism, I think it in dubious taste to tell this particular set of stories in a context so full of spectacularizing visual tricks and special effects.
    4. Calcineurin is a central signaling controller in eukaryotes[17 ]; thus, tacrolimus treatment often results in hypertension, pathoglycemia and other multi-systemic side effects[18 ,19 ].
    5. Human patients administrated rapamycin at low daily doses (1 to 2 mg/day) develop various side effects including headaches, polyarthralgia, mild stomatitis, epistaxis, diarrhea, and skin acne [18 –20 ].
    6. It is true there is much to be done, and perhaps you are weak-handed; but stick to it steadily, and you will see great effects.
  • Exemples de effected
    1. In the background is a matrix of her mixed cybergenetic kin, all resulting from different "racial" crosses effected by a computer program.
    2. An extrajudicial conveyance is effected by the act of the parties and does not involve, as in the fine and recovery, judicial proceedings.
    3. Slow though the process of selection may be, if feeble man can do much by artificial selection, I can see no limit to the amount of change, to the beauty and complexity of the coadaptations between all organic beings, one with another and with their physical conditions of life, which may have been effected in the long course of time through nature's power of selection, that is by the survival of the fittest.
    4. And the said house, and other things before-mentioned, to be made and done, to be in all other contrivitions, conveyances, fashions, thing and things effected, finished and done, according to the manner and fashion of the said house called the Globe - -.
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