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Tace was almost unknown as a given name in London before the Quaker printer Andrew Sowle and his wife named their fourth daughter in 1666. It was a little less rare elsewhere; it crops up from the 1540s in the earliest Church of England registers, notably in Gloucestershire and the west. 602 more words
How can you overcome the limits of FRET based protease activity assays for MMPs, ADAMs, Thrombin, Furin and Factor Xa?
Usually screenings for inhibitors of diverse protease activities are conducted with FRET or FRET-like assays, in which the protease substrate has to be coupled to a fluorophore and a quencher. 525 more words
Reading Geert Hoftstede’s article related to CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING reveals directly two reflections. As reader, if you do not feel learning new way of conceptualizing teaching or learning in intercultural context, you might feel on the other hand a kind of confirmation of your assumption. 818 more words
Palliative Treatment of Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma with Obstructive Jaundice Using Biliary Drainage with Subsequent Transarterial Chemoembolization | Abstract
Effective palliation by successful biliary drainage with subsequent TACE might prolong the survival in patients with obstructive jaundice caused by unresectable HCC.
Metaanalysis of Survival, Complications, and Imaging Response following Chemotherapy-based Transarterial Therapy in Patients with Unresectable Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma
As demonstrated by this metaanalysis, transarterial chemotherapy-based treatments for cholangiocarcinoma appears to confer a survival benefit of 2–7 months compared with systemic therapies, demonstrate a favorable response by imaging criteria, and have an acceptable postprocedural complication profile. 33 more words