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Neurologic adverse effects were also more common in patients on polytherapy than in those on monotherapy (64% vs.
After carefully reviewing all the facts of record and for the reasons discussed in the order and appendices, the Board has concluded that consummation of the proposal would not result in a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in any of the twenty-nine markets in which BB&T and First Virginia both compete or in any other relevant banking market.
There is no evidence in the record indicating that consummation of this proposal is likely to result in significantly adverse effects, such as undue concentration of resources, decreased or unfair competition, conflicts of interests, or unsound banking practices.
Studies [from the 1 January 2005 issue of Cancer Research and the April 2005 EHP show] literally millions of fold below that dose range in adverse effects .
Protestants further assert that the terms of the Shareholder Agreement are contrary to the terms of EFT operating rules that the Board has specifically relied on in previous cases to support its determination in those cases that the combination of two EFT networks would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition.
Under the framework and conditions established in this order and the Section 20 Orders, and based on all the facts of record, the Board concludes that the performance of the proposed activities by San Paolo-IMI can reasonably be expected to produce public benefits that outweigh any adverse effects of the proposal.
The Department of Justice has advised the Board that consummation of the proposal would not likely have a significantly adverse effect on competition in any relevant market.
4) Accordingly, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposal would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in any relevant banking market and that competitive considerations are consistent with approval.
Studies on the metabolism of environmental estrogens in vivo were crucial for understanding the mechanism of adverse effects of chemicals on offspring.
In conducting the competitive impact analysis, the Board would first determine whether the proposal has a direct and material adverse effect on the ability of other service providers to compete effectively with the Federal Reserve in providing similar services.
Adverse effects of aromatherapy: a systematic review of case reports and case series.
Previous work with PC12 cells suggested that horse serum, although heat-inactivated, nevertheless might maintain sufficient A esterase and carboxylesterase activity to hydrolyze chlorpyrifos oxon and thus provide protection from its adverse effects (11).
Because brevetoxins are fat-soluble and bioaccumulate in organisms, adverse effects might also be expected to occur in the eggs and developing embryos of fish and higher vertebrates.
Adverse effects, contraindications and drug interactions are also reviewed in detail, along with issues such as treatment resistance and treatment evaluation.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Children who undergo brain radiation therapy run a significant risk of suffering from permanent neurocognitive adverse effects.
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