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traditional

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characterized by enduring excellence, appeal, and importance

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traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste

of or relating to the most highly developed stage of an earlier civilisation and its culture

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of recognized authority or excellence

(language) having the form used by ancient standard authors

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of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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65 U/mL) in hemolytic activity in the classical pathway (p = 0.
Serum lectin with known structure activates complement through the classical pathway.
The complement-activating polysaccharides found in medicinal plants are grouped into pectic polysaccharides (pectins, pectic arabinogalactans, and pectic herteroglycans), arabinogalactans, arabinans and other types such as mucilage, and it is suggested that they activate the complement system mainly through the classical pathway (Yamada and Kiyohara, 1999).
Individual chapter topics include the building blocks of the complement system, the classical pathway C1 complex, structure-function relationships in CD59, and cyclic antagonists of human C5a receptors.
In an experiment performed by NIST, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Queensland, Australia, ultra-cold atoms oscillating in optical potential wells were observed to tunnel from one allowed motion to another which was not well connected via a classical pathway.
MBL is a multichain, multisubunit protein that functions similarly to the C1q component of the classical pathway.
OMS721 selectively inhibits MASP-2, blocking the lectin pathway of the complement system while leaving intact the classical pathway, or the acquired immune response to infection.
It has been demonstrated that classical pathway function requires both [Mg.